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The suspect, who said he acted alone and out of annoyance, styled himself as "G0d".
Ex-footballer Paul Gascoigne pleads not guilty to sexually assaulting a woman by kissing her on a train.
Burton face a huge task against Manchester City in the Carabao Cup semi-finals, but do they have a lucky charm in manager Nigel Clough?
Michael "Kit" Carson died when his car left the road and hit a tree on the day he was due to stand trial.
The Scottish government is found to have acted unlawfully while investigating allegations against the former first minister.
The Football Association is looking into an alleged Nazi salute made by Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.
Bryan Cranston says his casting as a man with quadriplegia in The Upside was "a business decision".
Frances Connolly stepped in after she and husband Patrick won almost £115m
Take a look at the 210ft (64m) mass of congealed fat and rubbish clogging up Sidmouth's sewers.
The concept car has wheels on robotic legs which can unfold in rough terrain.
Stephen Barclay says he has not spoken to the EU about postponing Brexit if MPs reject Theresa May's deal.
Championship side Stoke City sack manager Gary Rowett after less than eight months in charge.
A stranger's financial details were visible as he entered the wrong email when signing up to a credit service.
Nissan's ex-boss makes his first appearance in court in Japan following financial misconduct charges.
The Boeing 737, with 126 people on board, crashed into an M1 embankment in Leicestershire in 1989.
The fatberg found in Devon is 210ft long - more than the height of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
A grime MC making punk music? Or a punk making rap music? Meet Northampton's Slowthai.
Frank Magnitz was targeted by masked men, in an attack seen by police as politically motivated.
Jurgen Klopp's squad rotation for Liverpool's FA Cup defeat at Wolves was let down by players who "failed miserably", says Alan Shearer.
Sales at the UK's fourth-largest supermarket chain rose 0.6% in the Christmas trading period.