Will we or won’t we be able to get insurance following the flooding that regularly appears to be affecting some parts of the UK? Channel 4 News answers the key questions on flooding.
The cost of energy only seems to go in one direction – up. So who can we blame; the market or the government? Channel 4 News answers the key questions.
A report from the UN links Rwanda’s defence minister James Kabarebe with the rebel group which has been taking over towns and cities in the mineral-rich east of Congo.
With Israel’s general election due in January, and the Palestinian Authority’s application for UN recognition, the assassination of Hamas’s military chief did not happen in isolation.
When the victory celebrations are over, the new US president will face a growing pile of issues to tackle in his foreign policy in-tray. Channel 4 News looks at those likely to be top of the list.
From a sobbing four-year old to an expletive-strewn unofficial pro-Obama campaign ad, what have been the stand-out internet memes that have marked the 2012 US presidential race?
As China’s president Hu Jintao and premier Wen Jiabao are replaced as the country’s leaders, who are the candidates tipped to take their places in charge of the world’s emerging superpower?
Channel 4 News looks at the debate over energy prices and unpicks the “combishambles” over the government’s plans to ensure energy companies help consumers to get the best deal.
The UK’s consulate in Basra, in Iraq’s oil-rich south, will no longer be permanently staffed, the Foreign Office says, as businesses complain it will mean the UK misses out on trade opportunities.
BBC Director General George Entwistle announces two inquiries into the scandal surrounding allegations of abuse involving the late DJ Jimmy Savile.
Scotland Yard is pursuing 340 lines of inquiry in the Jimmy Savile abuse case, including 40 potential victims.
Few politicians are confident enough to compare their cabinet colleagues to cleaning utensils – but Boris Johnson is one of them. The London mayor delivers a heartfelt speech to Tories in Birmingham.
As he showed during his speech to the Conservative Party conference, London mayor Boris Johnson laps up the limelight – but what are his real politics?
Channel 4 News tracks the events following the abduction of five-year-old April Jones from her home in Macynlleth, mid-Wales, on Monday 1 October.
As the government announces the competition to run the west coast mainline is to be re-run, Channel 4 News looks at why the franchise has to be re-tendered.