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The fifth Democratic debate of the 2020 presidential campaign is in the books.
There are less than 11 weeks until the Iowa caucuses, and for some presidential candidates, Wednesday night's debate could have been the last chance for them to stand out in a crowded Democratic field.
Democratic candidates for president took part in their party's fifth debate on Wednesday night in Atlanta and CNN commentators weighed in. The opinions expressed in these commentaries are those of the authors
Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey criticized former Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday for his recent comments opposing the legalization of marijuana on the federal level.
In November's Democratic debate, Sen. Kamala Harris and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard tangled over Gabbard's criticism of the Democratic party.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidates were asked about President Trump's foreign policy at the MSNBC/The Washington Post debate in Atlanta, Georgia.
Facing scrutiny about his experience, 37-year-old South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg on Wednesday tried to fend off questions on why he's qualified to be commander in chief given that he won his mayoral election with fewer than 11,000 votes and lost his only race for statewide office by 25 points.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar came out swinging during the MSNBC/The Washington Post Democratic presidential debate. In the first hour, she spoke more than any other candidate except Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
We're tracking speaking times for each candidate during the fifth Democratic presidential debate.
• Analysis: Stunning testimony links Trump to abuse of power • Sondland says quid pro quo came at 'express direction of the President' • Watch: John King: Sondland has guaranteed Trump's impeachment • Analysis: What, exactly, is Devin Nunes doing?
• Opinion: Sondland's 'John Dean' moment • Analysis: Sondland saved himself and jeopardized Trump
A Tennessee dance teacher who appeared on a reality show has pleaded guilty to the statutory rape of a teenager and exposing him to the HIV virus, prosecutors said.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report into the FBI's handling of the Russia investigation will be released December 9, Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham said Wednesday night.
A DNA test has "established with scientific certainty" that Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, is the father of an Arkansas woman's baby, according to a motion filed Wednesday by the woman.
Former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean joins Anderson Cooper to explain the parallels between Ambassador Sondland's explosive testimony and previous impeachment proceedings. Watch Full Circle week nights at 5 p.m. ET.
An Alabama judge on Wednesday ordered a suspect in the disappearance of 19-year-old college student Aniah Blanchard to submit a DNA sample to prosecutors.
Felipe Vázquez, the Pittsburgh Pirates closer facing allegations of statutory sexual assault and other crimes, was hit with 21 additional charges Tuesday, according to the district attorney's office in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.
She arrived at a suburban Washington, DC, hospital around 1:30 a.m. Thursday unconscious and unresponsive. Julia E. Crabbe was suffering from an apparent overdose, authorities said.
Thanks to a minor geomagnetic storm, the northern lights may be visible in parts of the northern United States and across Canada on Wednesday night.
An off-duty Indiana deputy constable has been fired, police say, after he was shown on video hassling two African American shoppers for their identification while repeatedly refusing to identify himself or provide details on why he was stopping them.
According to a congressional aide and an administration official, the Trump administration has requested an approximate 400% increase in the amount South Korea contributes to the maintenance of United States forces in Korea -- the "Special Measures Agreement," CNN reported on Thursday. (Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has refused to confirm this figure, simply saying, "we have asked for a significant increase in the cost-sharing for our deployed troops.") After last year's talks ended with a one-year agreement, rather than the longer agreements successfully negotiated nine times starting in 1991, it was expected that the talks would be difficult -- but this increase is not the start of a serious negotiation.
A 10-year-old boy who was injured when gunfire interrupted a New Jersey high school football game last week has died, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Federal prosecutors in New York have subpoenaed several individuals active in President Donald Trump's fundraising machinery as part of their investigation into the associates of Rudy Giuliani, the President's personal attorney, according to people familiar with the investigation.
Ask LGBTQ voters what they think about 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg and (surprise) you'll receive a mix of answers -- some enthusiastic, others more tepid. Maybe:
About 145 coffins believed to be part of a mid-20th century cemetery for the indigent were found buried under a Tampa, Florida, high school, officials said.
It's not an uncommon sight: a man down on his luck asking for help at a city bus depot. People might avoid him or give him some spare change. Either way, he's often treated with suspicion.
Actor Tom Hanks is getting into character on a whole new level after finding out he is distantly related to Fred Rogers, who he is playing in an upcoming film.
Debuting its first flights in January 2020, Taiwanese start-up Starlux Airlines could be the first new player in 30 years to upend the island's duopoly aviation market.
Michelle Obama could soon add another award to her mantel: a Grammy.
Before being eliminated from contention on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," actor James Van Der Beek announced that his wife Kimberly had a miscarriage.
People on social media were quick to share their takes on the newest "Cats" trailer. CNN's Chloe Melas has more.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph has apologized for his role in Thursday night's in-game brawl in which opponent Myles Garrett ripped off Rudolph's helmet and hit him in the head with it.
According to an article in the Athletic, former Houston Astros pitcher Mike Fiers claims the Astros used a hidden camera to relay signs in the 2017 season.
The Miami Dolphins waived second-year running back Mark Walton after he was arrested Tuesday morning, with police accusing him of repeatedly punching the mother of his unborn child in the face.
Mini Cooper unveiled its fastest street legal model yet at the Los Angeles Auto Show this week.
Video shows a woman rescuing a koala from a bushfire in New South Wales. The koala has been treated for his burns and is still in "very serious condition."
A Hollywood studio executive once suggested that Julia Roberts should play iconic African-American activist Harriet Tubman in a biopic.
This creature may be decades old, but that doesn't make it any less adorable. "Baby Yoda," the internet's newest star, has Star Wars and Disney fans going crazy.
Amazon is burning through billions to get you stuff faster. It'll spend more than $35 billion on shipping costs this year, more than twice what it spent two years ago.
A secretive startup backed by Bill Gates has achieved a solar breakthrough aimed at saving the planet.
Researchers have discovered an alarming security flaw that could let some Android apps spy on users without their knowledge.
For weeks, Americans have debated whether President Donald Trump's request that President Volodymyr Zelensky publicly announce the launch of investigations into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, involved a quid pro quo. Recently, however, Speaker Nancy Pelosi dropped the Latin.
Chick-fil-A is clucking about ending donations to religious, anti-LGBTQ organizations.
On Wednesday, the presidential candidates will gather for their next debate in Georgia, the location of one of the most egregious and successful voter suppression efforts in recent history. For those who value our nation's commitment to democracy, the issue of voter suppression is directly linked to whether the voice of the people is heard.
Wednesday's Democratic presidential debate must go beyond the intensive focus on impeachment that has seized our public debate in recent weeks to address other urgent issues facing the country. There is much to talk about -- health care, the climate crisis, creating well-paying jobs, and more. But one issue that has received short shrift is the need to reduce and refocus the Pentagon's massive budget. With a more realistic strategy and more disciplined spending practices, the country could be made considerably safer while spending less on the Department of Defense.
Venice is sinking. In a way this isn't news. The mere survival of Venice in 2019 is a testament to the determination, ingenuity, collaboration, and ferocity of humans seeking to eke out a life in hostile environments.
Earlier this month, rapper T.I. told the hosts of the "Ladies Like Us" podcast that his idea of "sex education" goes far beyond having the "sex talk" with his 18-year-old-college freshman daughter.
A pregnant woman was killed by dogs in a forest in France as a hunt took place nearby, investigators have said.
Prince Andrew has said that the Queen has given him permission to step back from public duties "for the foreseeable future" following a firestorm of criticism over an interview about his association with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
They're not the world's tallest or longest bridges, but a string of humble river crossings sculpted from tree roots in India are engineering marvels that contain lessons for modern architects.
Police have called on protesters to resign after they occupied the campus of Hong Kong Polytechnic University. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
At least 16 civilians were killed when rockets struck an internally displaced persons camp, in the village of Qah in Syria's Idlib province on Wednesday, according to the volunteer rescue group known as the White Helmets.
The son of Germany's ex-president Richard von Weizsäcker was stabbed to death while giving a lecture in Berlin on Tuesday night, local police have confirmed.
A Texas mom says she sent her 5-year-old son to daycare with a special note inside his lunchbox: "Please tell (my son) that his mommy loves him so much and I'm thinking about him."
When KC Ahlers read the words on the sign, he was stunned.
A man serving 24 years in a Nigerian maximum security prison used a network of accomplices to conduct an international scam that brought in $1 million, officials said.
It's not every day you get to look inside a supermodel's luxury home. But Elle Macpherson has offered a rare glimpse of her chic Florida house by opening her doors to Architectural Digest.
"I must dwell apart in the desert," the artist and surrealist photographer Dora Maar once said. "I want to create an aura of mystery about my work. People must long to see it.
Even in its grainy, black-and-white nascence nearly 200 years ago, it was clear that photography would be a game-changing invention.
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