The Democratic stage was crowded, but a few candidates stood out. Here are tonight's winners and losers from the CNN Democratic Debate.
Trump is trying to dictate his own impeachment, and House Democrats had one message for him as they returned from recess: Get lost.
Gabbard seemed to suggest that it's not just Trump who deserves blame for the humanitarian catastrophe playing out in Syria.
Cory Booker may have had difficulty getting speaking time early in the debate, but he made a splash on Tuesday night by standing up for Joe Biden.
By taking it directly to Trump on Tuesday night, Joe Biden is trying to remind voters that he is still arguably the most electable Democrat in the field.
Donald Trump likes to present himself as the world's great winner, but over the past several weeks he can't seem to stop losing.
Mike Pence sent a letter to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff that questioned the legitimacy of the impeachment investigation.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer called on Congress to restore sanity to US national security.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) wants to add an amendment to the Turkey sanctions bill requiring Trump to release his tax returns.
Rudy Giuliani says that he won't comply with congressional subpoenas for documents on his Ukraine activities, but the impeachment investigation is the least of his problems.
Trump and the Republicans have been complaining that there has been no formal vote on the impeachment investigation, but House Democrats are moving to change that.
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) says Democrats have five or six more witnesses to hear from and then public Trump impeachment hearings will begin.
Trump is the first president that a majority of Americans want to impeach before the House of Representatives has made a recommendation on impeachment.
Former National Security Advisor John Bolton called what Trump and Giuliani were doing in Ukraine a "drug deal," and was so alarmed that wanted White House lawyers notified.
On her program, Rachel Maddow ticked off the names of the five people Trump had apparently enlisted for his Ukraine extortion operation.
The more current and former Trump officials who cooperate with the House impeachment probe, the more laughable the president's defense looks.
The president may have some protection from criminal charges and indictments while he's in office, but sleazeball lawyers do not.
The shady deals being done in Ukraine didn't come from Hunter Biden. Instead, law enforcement is looking at Rudy Giuliani's bank records and Ukraine deals.
Russia-backed Syrian forces took rapid advantage of an abrupt U.S. retreat from Syria on Monday, deploying deep inside Kurdish-held territory south of the Turkish frontier less than 24 hours after Washington announced a full withdrawal.
Rep. Jim Jordan threw a fit after House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff tossed Trump spy Rep. Matt Gaetz out of the closed impeachment interview of Fiona Hill.