The three Democratic presidential candidates are gathering Saturday night at in Des Moines, Iowa, for their second debate. The debate will air on CBS and will also be live-streamed here, in collaboration with CBSN. It is scheduled to start at 9 p.m. E.T.
Hillary Clinton comes into the debate with her front-runner status looking more secure than it has all year, following a strong performance in the first debate in October and a series of polls that show her sporting big leads over Bernie Sanders nationally. The third candidate on stage, Martin O’Malley, has yet to make a major impact on the race.
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