In Ukraine, a stark contrast exists between ordinary and oligarchs who have made fortunes from post-Soviet reforms. Worth billions and influential in Ukraine’s parliaments, Sarah Smith traces some.
Veteran meteorologist Michael Fish tells Channel 4 News he is “convinced” that floods, hurricanes and increasingly extreme weather across the world are all a result of climate change.
It might be the end of November, but Chancellor George Osborne’s latest move on energy prices is an attempt to buoy the government’s fortunes with some festive cheer for voters.
Five of the six Britons jailed during a Greenpeace protest in the Arctic are freed on bail in Russia after spending two months in detention.
As the US Senate leaders continue to negotiate to end the current fiscal crisis, it is clear that Republican efforts to redraw political districts are having unintended consequences.
As Barack Obama and congress try to find a way out of the political stalemate that has shut down federal government, the Republican party finds its room for manoeuvre is limited by its own Tea Party.
As the US government shutdown continues Sarah Smith looks at the reaction from the people who want to shut the federal government altogether – the Tea Party movement.
Federal government shuts and an even more crucial moment for US politics looms on the horizon. So just how much will the Republican Tea Party renegades risk to block “Obamacare”?
The helicopter crash which left four people dead when it came down in the North Sea will be “painstakingly investigated”, according to a top executive at the firm which operated the aircraft.
It is a tough job but someone has to do it – to find out why Britain is not exporting more manufactured goods, I volunteered to travel around Scotland for #c4newspopup and visit whisky producers.
We share increasing amounts of data online but are horrified when it is stored. Who is watching you? Find out by watching the Data Baby Google Hangout.
Scottish guitarist of post-rock band Mogwai Stuart Braithwaite tells Channel 4 News that Scotland is undecided on the issue of Scottish independence but “more people are changing to yes.”
With youth unemployment at high levels, a third of people under 30 say they expect to become their own boss one day.
As businesses struggle to borrow from banks, Sarah Smith reports on an alternative model beginning to fill the gap. But is peer to peer lending a sustainable way of attracting investment?
Sir Brian Jarman, an expert in hospital mortality, says there is evidence of political pressure on regulators which could explain why the extent of “needless” deaths on the NHS was previously unknown.