Follow the latest as Democratic candidates debate for two nights in Detroit.
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The battle lines were clear from the opening remarks. This was the pragmatists against the front-runners seeking transformational change.
SANDERS: Benefits under his health care plan "will be better because 'Medicare for All' is comprehensive and covers all health care needs."
Joe Biden got a late start, and Elizabeth Warren is setting the pace. The candidates can’t afford any lapses in these key states.
Former Vice President Joe Biden entered Thursday's debate with the most to lose. In one powerful moment, it did not go well. Kamala Harris of California, a former prosecutor, invoked race and identity, challenging Biden to apologize for working with segregationist senators and for opposing aspects of school busing in the 1970s.
Debate night No. 2 marks the first time top-tier presidential candidates will confront one another in person over who is best fit to lead the Democratic effort to oust President Donald Trump in 2020.
For several of the candidates onstage Wednesday, the forum is about finding the breakout moment — a zinger, a burn — that stays in viewers' minds, is built for social media and generates donations, the lifeblood of campaigns.
TRUMP: "I disagree with John McCain on the way he handled the vets, because I said you got get to Choice. He was never able to get Choice. I got Choice." — remarks Thursday to reporters, according to a transcript released by the White House.