|Trump and Cruz make the best of their forced embrace|
In a move that would have seemed unthinkable two years ago, President Trump offered a full embrace, literally and figuratively, of Ted Cruz in a massive rally here Monday night, imploring a crowd of tens of thousands of supporters to turn out for his former political rival in a closely watched Senate race in Texas.
|'Fox & Friends' Has Reporter 'Foil' Migrant Family's Attempt To Cross Border|
|Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancée Put Under 24-Hour Police Protection In Turkey|
|Best Bites: Apple pie fries|
|In Florida race, climate change divides DeSantis and Gillum|
|5 Bible Museum Dead Sea Scrolls Exposed As Fakes|
|University of Utah student athlete was on phone with mother when she was shot dead|
|How Blackstone Landed $20 Billion From Saudis for New Fund|
One way Blackstone agreed to do just that: For every dollar that any other investor pays the asset manager to oversee its cash, Saudi Arabia gets to pay 15 cents less. In exchange, the Saudis will match other investors’ deposits in the fund.
|Kmart employee gives emotional announcement before the store closed permanently|
|Trump supporters in Texas feel migrant caravans coming from Mexico are 'invading the country'|
Ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, President Trump has made the issue of immigration a top priority once again. But this time, he's focusing on migrant caravans making their way to the U.S. and many of his supporters in Texas say they need to enter the country "the right way."
|Jeff Flake Tells 'The View' He Doubted Brett Kavanaugh But Voted For Him Anyway|
|Former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor diagnosed with 'beginning stages of dementia'|
Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to serve on the US Supreme Court, has been diagnosed with the "beginning stages of dementia," the retired justice revealed in a letter Tuesday. The 88-year-old former justice said she "probably" has Alzheimer's disease, a form of dementia that develops over time and causes issues with memory and behaviour. Ms O'Connor’s announcement of her diagnosis came a day after a story by the Associated Press that she had stepped back from public life and in which her son Jay O’Connor said that his mother had begun to have challenges with her short term memory.
|Photographer documents abandoned asylums and psychiatric hospitals|
These eerie images showcase the haunting abandoned asylums that lie dotted across secluded parts of the U.S. and Canada. Intrepid explorer Dave, the man behind the social media presence Freaktography, has spent more than six years documenting these wonders.
|Hurricane Michael reshapes Florida Senate race|
|The World's Longest Sea Bridge, Connecting Hong Kong To Mainland China, Is Open|
|Atlantic-Pacific's New Collection At Nordstrom Only Looks Expensive|
|Turkey's Erdogan Says Saudi Arabian Officials Planned Jamal Khashoggi's Murder Days Before His Death|
|U.S. gets lottery fever as jackpots rise to $2.2 billion|
Gregory Baron, 24, and Ben Nelson, 27, on Monday were eagerly purchasing $2 tickets for the Mega Millions jackpot in hopes of winning the record-setting $1.6 billion prize and becoming among the richest people in the world. "I would incorporate myself as a business and become my own company," Baron said inside the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan, adding that he would also pay off his student loans and parents' mortgage and donate to charities if he wins. The Mega Millions website briefly crashed on Monday ahead of the drawing due to a surge in visitors, said a spokeswoman for the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, which administers the website.
|Yahoo News Explains: Fact-checking 5 of Trump's claims on migrants|
|How To Help Trans, Nonbinary Communities Amid Reported Trump Policy Plans|