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The homeowner's son shot them with an assault-style rifle after they broke into the house, say police.
The newspaper defends its article on the legs of the prime minister and the first minister.
How will everyone's favourite particle physicist fare as a cartoon character?
PM says she wants a "special partnership" with the EU as she prepares to begin process of leaving.
The Grammy-award winner's early years are to inspire the musical Atlantis.
The mother of a six-year-old girl tells how her daughter became part of her own fairytale after she found a wallet in a supermarket.
The UK government will "consider all options" after Easter if talks to form an NI Executive fail.
Lions fans travelling to New Zealand later this year are being offered free accommodation by local fans.
Doctors have been using the 1980s video game in a UK emergency department.
Royal Marine could be free within weeks after being sentenced for manslaughter of Taliban insurgent.
Andy Murray is left out of Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final team to face France as he recovers from an elbow injury.
Several Brexit-backing MPs "politely" walked out of a Brexit select committee meeting, it is claimed.
The search giant promises a degree of Britishness in its smart home assistant, Google Home.
BBC London's home affairs correspondent Nick Beake answers your questions about the Westminster attack.
A new Twenty20 tournament planned by the ECB "will be a roaring success", says former England captain Michael Vaughan.
The front page focusing on the legs of the prime minister and first minister is called sexist.
A rape survivor whose attack led to a judge saying drunk women were putting themselves in danger has defended the comments, saying the judge was "right".
Theresa May says she will trigger Article 50 by the end of March - starting Brexit negotiations.
The Canadian rapper says he was advised not to appear in Amsterdam on medical grounds.
Profiles of eight people who will work out the detail of the exit deal.