President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden made their final arguments to voters at their second and final presidential debate.
President Trump and Joe Biden argued about the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, the economy and immigration.
President Trump addressed the finding that the federal government still cannot find the parents of 545 children separated at the border.
President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden debated for the second and final time in Nashville, Tennessee.
Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic Senator Kamala Harris met for the first and only vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City, Utah.
According to a CBS News tally of the whole debate, Pence interrupted Harris twice as many times — Pence interrupted Harris 10 times, while Harris interrupted Pence five times.
During their first and only debate, Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris argued about the administration's handling of COVID-19.
Re-watch the first and only debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris, which was held on Oct. 7 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The first presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden featured a chaotic series of bitter exchanges and name-calling.
Voters said Joe Biden won the debate, but overwhelmingly called the debate's tone negative, and most said they felt annoyed watching it, according to a CBS News survey.
During their first presidential debate, President Trump and Joe Biden made a number of claims that raised questions.
Re-watch the first presidential debate, which was held Sept. 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.