Presidential Debates

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Nondisclosure agreements were a hot topic in Wednesday night's presidential debate. They are everywhere else in America, too.
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NBC's feisty debate in Las Vegas averaged more than 19.6 million television viewers and 13.5 million live streams, according to the network.
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The Massachusetts senator isn't letting up on the former New York mayor, a latecomer to the Democratic primary.
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"I wish everyone was as perfect as you, Pete," the senator responded after the former South Bend mayor extended an attack on her by breaking into Spanish.
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The gloves came off at the Democratic primary debate in Vegas.
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The former GOP mayor of New York City pitched rejoining the Paris Agreement and repeated a debunked claim that he's to thank for closing coal plants.
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The former New York mayor has pitched himself as the candidate to beat Donald Trump. His rivals were determined to prove him wrong.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren came to the stage with a particular ferocity.
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“It should not be incumbent on a Black woman to talk about Black women’s issues,” Harris said.
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The Minnesota senator had struggled to break through, but the Granite State rallied to her after a strong presidential debate performance last week.
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"I like Bernie just fine," pipes up Amy Klobuchar when she's asked about his 2016 rival's complaints about Sanders.
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Sanders skates by, Warren sticks to her story and Biden’s up-and-down performance.
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At the Democratic debate, Yang refuted an argument from Sen. Elizabeth Warren that laws need to change in order to dismantle entrenched racism.
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Fresh off his strong showing in the Iowa caucuses, Buttigieg had a bigger target on his back.
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The Minnesota senator took aim at the 38-year-old former mayor over his experience.
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The president “lies about everything: his fake hair, his obesity, and his spray-on tan,” a spokeswoman for the Bloomberg campaign said.
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Campaigns no longer need to show they have grassroots support to make it to the debate stage.