Body parts have been found belonging to a Swedish journalist who went missing after meeting a Danish inventor on his submarine.
This programme has discovered that user names and passwords for online accounts used since 2012, and belonging to at least 14 of Trump’s high-profile appointees, are publicly available on the internet.
Passwords used by Donald Trump’s incoming cyber security advisor Rudy Giuliani and 13 other top staff members have been leaked in mass hacks, a Channel 4 News investigation can reveal.
The Greek state secretary for industry in the run-up to its debt crisis, who supervised a 5.5bn euro recession loan plan, has an MBA from a bogus university, Channel 4 News reveals.
The boss of a company which has attracted controversy over its “are you beach body ready?” ads says people complaining about them are “terrorists”.
American parents who adopted children from abroad are advertising them for readoption to strangers on a Facebook group, Channel 4 News finds.
A document containing usernames of alleged victims of the hack of Snapchat-related services has been posted online, meaning people linked to 2,000 private images may be identifiable.
After the death of a woman who targeted the McCann family with online abuse, Channel 4 News finds a website that has assembled 27 dossiers on people it claims post “McCann hate”.
After British YouTube celebrity Sam Pepper was accused of sexual assault, Channel 4 News has spoken to a woman alleging sexual assault by a second British YouTube star.
The head of the FA condemns Qatar’s PR firm after a Channel 4 News investigation finds it set up a sports blog that attacks critics of its World Cup bid.
Ed Miliband referred twice to a man called Gareth, a software developer, in Labour conference speech. Gareth speaks exclusively to Channel 4 News and says he is still deciding whether to vote Labour.
Dozens of members and veterans of the British armed forces are turning to new anonymous apps to share their struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder, Channel 4 News has found.
At least 1,400 children have been subjected to horrifying sexual abuse in Rotherham since 1997, with a report criticising the police for failing to act and prosecute offenders.
Despite Belgium’s small size, per capita it is sending the most jihadis from Europe to Syria. Its experience may teach the UK about the recruitment and ‘rescue’ of jihadis.