The debate night that will be discussed for generations in Political Science classes - and Women's Studies seminars - ended with Republican Donald Trump landing more punches than Democrat Hillary Clinton, and successfully deflecting attention successfully away from a two-day-old crisis about graphic sexual language that threatened to derail his White House bid. In the first debate at Hofstra University 13 days earlier, Clinton sat back and let Trump hang himself. But on Sunday her quiet patience gave him room to roam and dominate. Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor who has been among Trump's most forceful defenders, summed up the real estate tycoon's performance with two words in the post-debate spin room: 'home run.' 'I think the momentum is going to switch, like that,' Giuliani told DailyMail.com, snapping his fingers. 'It was one of the biggest victories in a presidential debate, ever.' Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta called Trump 'desperate' and called him 'incoherent' in policy discussions. Neither candidate appeared in the hall where reporters waited to grill them. For Clinton, that was par for the course.
Daughter livestreams her parents on a 'heroin binge' after she returns home to find them wasted in front of the TV
The footage, shot somewhere in America, reveals the youngster and a man - whose connection to the her parents is unknown - trying in vain to wake them up as they are slumped out in the living room. Dressed in a tie dye T-shirt, the mother can be seen in a close-up shot at the start of the video completely spaced out, unable to look at the camera as her daughter attempts to bring her round. The father can be seen curled up on the floor, slowly rocking backwards and forwards but completely oblivious to what is going on around him.
Matthew's destruction from above: Aerial photos lay bare the devastation caused by hurricane as the death toll climbs to 18 and Obama pledges federal aid¬†
Debris-covered beaches and flooded streets were seen throughout Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas on Sunday as it was revealed seven people had died in North Carolina on Saturday night.There were also six reported deaths in Florida, four deaths in Georgia and one in South Carolina. Matthew was downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone just before daybreak on Sunday morning. In North Carolina, Matthew flooded homes and businesses as far as 100 miles inland and forecasters warned the state, as well as Virginia, could experience life-threatening flash-flooding through Monday.
Incredible footage captures man SUNBATHING during Hurricane Matthew on roof of Coast Guard station 30 miles off North Carolina
Richard Neal and his fianc√©e, rode out Hurricane Matthew at Frying Pan Tower, an abandoned Coast Guard Light Station located 34 miles off the coast of North Carolina. Richard Neal grabbed his deckchair and placed it on the roof of the rusty rig in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean before laying back and attempting to to relax as the monster storm swirled around him. At one stage, the eye of the hurricane passed directly overhead and for a short period of time everything was calm. Richard ended up broadcasting the view of the storm live from his tower online.
The raging ex trying to wreck Phil Collins' reunion with wife No.3: It was a love story Against All Odds - the singer going back to the love he paid $31m in their divorce. But, as our compelling series reveals, there's one BIG problem...¬†
Phil Collins made the surprise announcement earlier this year that he was back with his third ex-wife, Orianne (pictured left in 1996 and right earlier this year). The couple, who have two sons together, separated in 2006. But Orianne is now in a bitter battle with her ex Charles Mejjati, 47, (pictured inset with Orianne) a construction company boss. In the court papers, Orianne accuses her ex-husband of forcing her to sign the marital agreement - described by her lawyer as one of the most one-sided he has ever seen - while her judgment was impaired by the powerful painkillers and anti-depressants.
Stand by your man: Melania supports her husband in a Gucci 'pussy bow' blouse as she and Ivanka join the Trump clan at the debate two days after 'P****gate' scandal
Melania and Ivanka Trump made it clear that they are standing by their man at Sunday night's presidential debate. Donald Trump's third wife and oldest daughter were both in attendance as he took on Hillary Clinton in the second debate of the election season, just two days after video emerged in which Donald could be heard making lewd comments about women. 'And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything,' Donald can be heard saying on the tape as he speaks with former Access Hollywood host and current Today anchor Billy Bush. 'Grab them by the p****.' Melania released a statement soon after calling her husband's comments 'unacceptable and offensive,' while Ivanka has remained surprisingly silent about her father's choice of words.
'PROOF she's a robot': Hillary Clinton doesn't flinch as a fly LANDS on her face during the presidential debate - sparking avalanche of internet jokes¬†
A fly landed on Hillary Clinton's face during the second Presidential debate, sending Twitter into a frenzy of memes and jokes. Many of them highlighted the fact Mrs Clinton did not flinch, with some going as far as to suggest she was a robot like those in the TV series Westworld. Most of the memes about the fly's appearance at Washington University in St. Louis were poking fun at the Democratic nominee. One suggested the fly was remotely controlled by Trump's children (left). Another joked about the fly later being murdered in a fake suicide (top right) and one Trump supporter claimed the fly was trying to fix Mrs Clinton's 'broken brain' (bottom right).
'Bill raped me and Hillary threatened me!' Trump unveils FOUR Clinton 'sex victims' and sits them feet away from her at debate - to cast BOTH of them as abusers
Donald Trump took the gloves off 90 minutes before Sunday night's debate against Hillary Clinton, holding a meeting with four ghosts from Bill Clintons' sexual past - and letting a handful of unsympathetic reporters in to hear them speak. Trump introduced his coalition of the willing - Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, Kathy Shelton and Paula Jones - in St. Louis as a press pool snapped shutters and reporters shouted questions about a new audio recording of Trump saying vulgar things about women 11 years ago. Broaddrick, an Arkansas nursing home administrator who has accused Bill Clinton of forcibly raping her when he was the state's attorney general, said that 'actions speak louder than words. Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me. And Hillary Clinton threatened me. I don't think there's any comparison.'
How the one per cent lived 2,000 years ago: 3D video tour reveals the luxurious villa of a wealthy banker in ancient Pompeii
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have been working on the project since 2010, in the hopes of documenting the area in Pompeii before it deteriorates further. The researchers uncovered floor surfaces from AD 79, performed detailed studies of the building development through history, cleaned and documented three large wealthy estates, a tavern, a laundry, a bakery and several gardens. Pictured are two examples (left to right) of the appearance of what the house could have looked like, based on photographs and 3D scanning.
The miracle baby who wouldn't die: Thai boy is stabbed 14 TIMES and left in a shallow grave... but is set for a dream life with adopted Swedish parents¬†
The seven-month-old boy, named Aidin had been dumped face down in a 20cm grave in Khon Kaen province in Thailand in February , just days after he was born with 14 stab wounds. However, passing cattle herder Kachit Krongyut saw a tiny foot sticking out of the ground under a eucalyptus tree. She then heard the boy's cries and dug through the soil with her hands to rescue the infant.
'So in love with you': Ryan Lochte gets engaged to Playmate Kayla Rae Reid after nine months of dating
Ryan Lochte is engaged to Kayla Rae Reid after less than one year together. The pair announced the happy news as they shared separate Instagram posts on Sunday evening. Ryan posted a snapshot which showed Kayla flashing her huge diamond engagement ring as she placed a hand on his cheek and kissed him.
The football team no one wants to play! High school students steamroller three rivals by 170-0 thanks to their mammoth 300lb players
With six players tipping the scales at more than 250lb, one high school football team had no problem steamrollering their¬†last three opponents by 170-0. So it's hardly surprising that no one wants to go up against The Wildcats from Archbishop Murphy High School (AMHS) in Washington. The mammoth American football players are viewed as so intimidating that their next three opponents have¬†forfeited the games because of concerns about safety. South Whidbey, Sultan and Granite Falls have all refused to face the colossal team after parents and teachers voiced fears about injuries.
US Army Sergeant and his girlfriend 'killed his soldier wife at home and fled leaving their baby daughter alone but alive'
Karlyn Ramirez, 24, (left) was found dead in her home in Severn, Maryland, in August 2015, next to her unharmed baby daughter Vale (together, inset). Her husband Maliek Kearney, 35, (right) and his girlfriend Dolores Delgado, 31, (not pictured) were arrested over her death in San Antonio, Texas, on Thursday. Police believe the pair somehow worked together to travel from Fort Jackson, South Carolina, where he was stationed at the time, to kill the young mother last year.
As a dazzling host of A-List beauties of a certain vintage turn out for a Hollywood charity gala... which golden girl is ageing best?
A troupe of stars of a certain vintage stunned crowds at the annual Carousel Of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills over the weekend. But which of these golden girls is ageing best and what are their beauty secrets? A-listers included (L-R) former Bond girl Jane Seymour, now 65 and inset in 1977, Barbarella actress Jane Fonda, now 76 and inset in 1968, One Million Years BC star Raquel Welch, now 76 and inset in 1968, Jane Fonda, now 74 and inset in 1968, and Bo Derek, 59, and, inset, in 1979.
Wrong-way driver who killed five Vermont teens in crash before stealing a police car is fighting for life after horrific rampage
The wrong-way driver who authorities say killed five Vermont high school juniors when he smashed into the car they were riding in before stealing a police cruiser and crashing into seven more cars is in critical condition in hospital. State police said Steven Bourgoin (inset top), 36, was behind the wheel of a pickup truck traveling the wrong way along Interstate 89 in Williston on Saturday night when he crashed into a car, which then caught fire. The five teenagers in the car were all pronounced dead at the scene.¬†They were identified as (pictured from bottom left) Mary Harris, Cyrus Zschau, Janie Cozzi, Eli Brookens and Liam Hale.
A luxury hotel on four wheels! The $500,000 RV with underfloor heating, a rain shower and state-of-the-art kitchen
The luxurious 35ft long Morelo Empire Liner, which will be unveiled in Birmingham this week, boasts underfloor heating, a rain shower and spacious double bed. It also has a well-equipped kitchen (pictured top), perfect for whipping up a feast on a glamorous caravan park 'staycation'. And a bedroom skylight (bottom left) means the owner can enjoy evenings looking up at the stars while drifting off to sleep. The motorhome (bottom right), known as a 'super-liner', costs $500,000 - almost twice the price of the average English home.
ATMs too tall to reach, staircases to nowhere and a VERY inappropriate swimming pool: The worst building fails revealed
Phallic shaped swimming pool (bottom left), a staircase to nowhere (bottom right) and a bridge that doesn't (top left) meet in the middle. Architectural mishaps often occur when design flaws are not picked up in the initial planning phases. But with some faults so glaringly obvious (top left), it becomes a wonder how they got past even the laziest designer. Whether it be a driveway with no direct path to the road or a slide with a maliciously placed ditch at the end - the catastrophic final results can be quite humorous.
Beware of the Pomeranian? Hilarious photos of VERY friendly guard dogs undermining their warning signs sweep the web¬†
Aside from a barbed wire fence and a CCTV camera, a 'Beware Of The Dog' sign can be seen as a legitimate security step. But these hilarious photos¬† show that the supposedly terrifying canines intended to scare off potential burglars may not be so dangerous. From two adorable fluffy Pomeranians (top centre) to a tiny puppy (right) and even a moose, the reality - and wonderful irony - of what lurks behind the threatening sign has been revealed.
Boy, 13, with his head hanging at a 180-degree angle can finally see the world the right way up after life-changing surgery in India
Indian boy Mahendra Ahirwar, 13, was born with a rare condition that made his neck muscles so weak that his head hung at a 180-degree angle. Mahendra's life was a nightmare as he was restricted to sitting and couldn't stand or work. He needed help with eating and going to the toilet. His mother told MailOnline she could no longer bear to see him suffering. But Mahendra's life was transformed after a mother of two living 4,000 miles away in the UK read of his plight and launched a crowd funding page to raise $15,000 for surgery to straighten his neck. The boy's father Mukesh said: 'He looks great. His neck is straight. His life is so very different.'
Glass-bottomed pools and a SNOW room: Designers reveal what it's like to build $120m superyachts for the world's most demanding customers
Superyacht designers reveal to MailOnline Travel how they create extravagant vessels to satisfy the world's wealthiest one per cent. From the late Steve Jobs' sleek vessel Venus, to the triple deck Galactica Star where Beyonce (centre) celebrated her 32nd birthday, there is an art to designing the perfect yacht for the oligarchs, billionaires and the top echelon of celeb land. Heesen's latest 'Haute Couture' yacht, Galactica Super Nova (top left) features a glass-bottomed infinity pool with its own waterfall (bottom left). The Ariana (top right) boasts an infinity hot tub with glass waterfall steps and concept yacht Kilkea (bottom right) comes complete with a helipad.
War? What war? Afghan tribe so remote they didn't know about the Taliban or that the US had overthrown them is captured in stunning images
A thin strip of land in Afghanistan, known as the Wakhan corridor, has remained largely untouched by the Taliban and the US Army, with villagers having little idea of the invasion or war. The Wakhi people live a simple life with their livestock on the rough terrain in desolate countryside, pictured main. Photographer Eric Lafforgue visited the little-known lands amid encouragements from the Afghan government to attract tourists, but he found himself alone in choosing the area as a holiday destination. Pictured inset left, two Afghan men sip soup from a bowl, and right, a Wakhi woman in a pink headscarf.
Inside Angelina Jolie's new neighborhood that is so exclusive you can't even see it on Google Street View: Actress moves into Hidden Hills, where she will count Kimye, JLo and Drake as her neighbors
Angelina Jolie has moved into a mansion in the one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the world - which is so private you can't even see it on Google Street View. The actress, 41, moved her six children from Malibu into a new rental costing $30,000 a month in Hidden Hills, a gated community in Los Angeles County, California. There, her new neighbors read like a who's who of Hollywood - including Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, Drake and Jennifer Lopez. Jolie's new pad boasts more than 8,000 square feet of living space as well as two beach-entry pools, a cascading waterfall and an 800 square foot cabana. But it's the privacy that makes property in Hidden Hills so sought after by celebrities - and likely the reason Jolie, who recently made headlines after filing for divorce from husband Brad Pitt, picked it.
'I didn't want to deal with it': Biggest Loser winner who dropped 112lbs reveals that it was a horrific sexual assault caused her to gain all the weight back
Ali Vincent, 41, won the fifth season of the competition show in 2008, losing nearly half her body weight and dropping from 234lbs to 122lbs. But in the years since, she struggled to keep the weight off, eventually gaining back all the weight - much of it in the past year. On a Saturday episode of¬†Oprah: Where Are They Now?, Ali reveals that she believes the reason for her weight gain stems from a sexual assault that occurred during a massage in 2015.
See the world... and take your house with you! The one-bedroom home that can be dismantled and reassembled within four hours
Estonian company Kodasema has invented a new one-bedroom house with factory-made parts that can be broken down easily. The 260 sq ft house has a living room (top right), kitchen, bathroom and bedroom (bottom right). For anyone needing more space, extra units can easily be bought and added to the structure. To set up home, all a person would need is connection points for water, electricity and sewerage.
Prisoners STARVE to death in Venezuela's jails as country's economic collapse sees food and medicine run out
Video smuggled out of a jail at San Juan de los Morros, in the central Guarico region of Venezuela, show emaciated inmates struggling to survive. With the country in the grip of a crippling economic crisis, starving prisoners can be seen standing in line and begging for help from the outside world. Venezuela's economy is in a tailspin, with shortages of items from disinfectant to chemotherapy drugs crippling the health sector and leaving 30 million citizens struggling to access basic medical care.
From society balls to Marilyn and Audrey in their heyday: Fifties elegance captured by Austrian woman who refused to join the Hitler Youth and survived to become one of the greatest post-war photographers¬†
Austrian-born Inge Morath refused to join the Hitler Youth while studying in Germany in the midst of World War II and was forced to work alongside Ukrainian prisoners. After surviving the war, Morath became one of the first women to join the famous Magnum Photos Agency. Because of her gender, Morath was often assigned to photograph debutantes, balls and models. But she built a career and a mastery of being able to capture intimate photos in some of society's most glamorous corners, photographing the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Andy Warhol and some of Hollywood's biggest stars in the 1950s.
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Incredible footage shows teen wake surfing with a dolphin in Sydney harbour - and he insists it's real despite faking similar stunts with a shark
Teenager Alex Hayes (inset) claims to have captured extraordinary footage (pictured and inset) of him wake surfing with a dolphin off the coast of Sydney. The astonishing footage shows the surfer using a GoPro to film himself riding waves when the dolphin emerges below him. The video appears to show the animal following Mr Hayes along as he trails his friends in a boat, but the footage has not been verified and the teenager has a history of faking similar feats.
With a UN report estimating that 100million people around the world do not have a place to call home, photocrowd.com ran a competition, where participants were asked to capture homeless people. And it produced a striking series of images that have been released that show the hardships of people across the globe who are homeless. Among them are a homeless boy in Manila, main, a female beggar in Lisbon, top left, and stray dogs in India, bottom left.
'It keeps the magic going': Bride who loved her wedding dress too much to take it off now wears it when she and her husband go golfing and for pancakes
One woman has found a perfect way not to let her wedding dress go to waste - by wearing it again and again. Samantha Burns, from Massachusetts, is so attached to the dress that she has worn it golfing, munching pancakes (left), taste-testing sweets (centre), goofing around with inflatable animals (right) and dancing on a river cruise, all on the anniversary of her tying the knot. The 30-year-old married her husband Darren in August 2014 (inset).
Storm, an 18-month-old Staffordshire bull terrier, has an incredible skill for vertical wall running and is trying to beat the world record of 14ft with the help of her owner Alex Manning, from England. The pair usually do their training during Storm's daily morning walks, which Alex (pictured left with Storm) says keeps his hound fit and healthy.