Debate

Late night hosts joked about different topics that came out of the third democratic debate, like Andrew Yang’s policy proposals and Joe Biden’s affection for Barack Obama.
The third democratic debate provided the perfect comedy for late night hosts including Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel.
Ten presidential candidates are facing off in the first of two televised debates airing on CNN this week.
“Maybe it’s good we’re having this discussion, but how many discussions like this are we going to have?”
Popular progressive Beto O’Rourke couldn’t unseat Republican Senator Ted Cruz in a close, heated in Texas.
Brian Kemp plans to join President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Macon instead.
The gloves were off when two-time incumbent Gov. Cuomo faced his progressive challenger ahead of the democratic primary.
Russia's ambassador revealed the discussions amid confusion in the U.S. about what the two presidents agreed behind closed doors.
“I wanted people to see where I came from and how I could keep up with them,” says Atlanta student Jordan Thomas after winning an elite debate competition.
The voice is creating division on the internet not seen since that infamous dress.
It does not matter who starts the conversation--what matters is that the conversation gets started.
While it is important to get the facts straight, focusing on the truth content of their words is not nearly enough to evaluate the actual impact of the debate on the audience.
Pundits tend to focus on the substance of the debate by analyzing the content of each candidate's statements. Schoen's quote above is typical of what pundits value: policy details that express appropriate qualifications and experience.
In Genesis God tells us to take care of His creation. Everything on this Earth is life and should be treated and cried out for as we cry out for those unborn children. We can't just pick and choose what's the most convenient.
Maybe this, together with all the dark talk of "rigged elections" from Trump will finally provide a dash of enthusiasm for Clinton, here at the homestretch -- it'd certainly be a fitting end to the most bizarre presidential campaign of everyone's lifetimes.
Confirmed: Donald J. Trump is a puppet.
Confirmed: Donald J. Trump is a puppet.