Not all members of the 5,000-strong migrant caravan forcefully rushed the Tijuana border Monday. Many of those remaining in Tijuana are choosing to find opportunities and begin a new life in Mexico rather than the U.S. Some are seeking assistance to return to their home countries.
As more Americans opt for bigger cars like trucks and SUVs, GM and other companies are discontinuing less popular sedan models. GM plans to lay off thousands of blue-collar workers in favor of new software developers as autonomous and electric cars are on the horizon.
After the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Crown Prince Jamal Khashoggi is reconnecting with close allies and testing the waters to see if he can eventually rebuild his strong relationship with the U.S. He will visit Middle Eastern allies this week before attending the Group of 20 summit on Nov. 30 along with President Donald Trump.
BYU fan Jason Poulsen, whose teenage daughter suffers from leukemia, rallied together with fans from both BYU and the University of Utah to pay for cancer patient and Ute fan Dave Erickson’s flight and ticket to the Holy War game on Nov. 24.