Backup audio revealed the testy exchange between Warren and Sanders after the debate, with both of them accusing the other of lying.
Some key takeaways from Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate in Des Moines, the final forum before the Iowa caucuses:
Six Democratic presidential candidates have wrapped up their final debate before primary voting begins with talk of hope, defeating President Donald Trump and bringing a divided nation back together.
The Democratic candidate said his failure to make the debates prevented him from raising enough money required to win.
The Pew Research Center revealed that groups including millennials, Generation X and even younger voters in Generation Z cast more votes than older generation voters.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has the Senate votes to proceed with setting the ground rules for President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo helped remove a man from a truck after a crash along the BQE Monday.
The field of 2020 presidential candidates is crowded, with 12 Democrats currently making a bid for the White House along with three Republicans — one of whom is President Trump.
While Iowa and New Hampshire get much of the hype during primary season, equally important if not more is Super Tuesday — a day early on in an election year when voters in roughly a dozen states go to the polls.
The former Obama housing secretary was the only Latino candidate in the field and one of the biggest voices on immigration.
There may be three billionaires running for president but that hasn’t stopped many Democratic candidates from railing against the ultra-wealthy, especially Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Democratic presidential candidates offered two very different debates during their final forum of 2019. In the first half, they spent much of their time making the case for their electability in a contest with President Donald Trump. The second half was filled with friction over money in politics, Afghanistan and experience.
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Only a day after the House voted to impeach the president, Thursday’s debate in Los Angeles will underscore the concern for Democratic voters regarding who can beat Trump in November.
President Donald Trump was active on Twitter the morning after he became just the third president in American history to be impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives.
Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard did not join House Democrats in support of two impeachment articles against President Donald Trump.
President Trump has made clear that he intends to participate in at least three general election debates, but is threatening to sidestep the nonprofit group charged with running them.
The endorsement by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee comes a week after the primary field in Texas was set at a dozen Senate challengers.
Travis County GOP Communications Director Andy Hogue and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas join Mike Warren to discuss whether the Democrats started too early and if their candidates' messages are now getting lost.
A deepening sense of volatility is settling over the Democratic Party's presidential primary election on the eve of the sixth and final debate of 2019. The seven candidates who remain are being forced to grapple with unprecedented distraction from Washington.