Who won?Former Housing Secretary Julián Castro emerged from the pack with his sharp critique of former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke's knowledge of immigration policy. We take a look at who else struck a chord and who can hope for better luck next time.
Dig deeper:Want to see where Sen. Elizabeth Warren stands on gun control? Check out a full transcript of the debate that is searchable by key topics.
Fact check:As they jostled to make their views heard, NBC News fact checked the candidates' various claims on everything from the number of daily gun deaths to Americans' support for Roe v. Wade.
Top moments: From Sen. Cory Booker's side-eye glance at O'Rourke when he began speaking Spanish to how many times each candidate mentioned President Donald Trump, we broke down some of the most meme-able moments of the night as they happened.
I speak español: Spanish rolled off the tongues of some candidates in what was clearly an attempt by candidates to reach out to the Latino electorate. How'd that go?
Analysis: Who really came out on top from the debate? President Donald J. Trump, NBC News' Jonathan Allen writes.
"Neither one of them let each other go. That’s how they died, both of them hugging," Rosa Ramírez told Telemundo through tears from Alta Vista, El Salvador. "He loved his daughter so much. He loved her and that’s why he took her."
"You do not wish this on anyone, that for going in search of the American dream you would lose your life," she said.
Skywatchers the world over are gearing up for Tuesday’s total solar eclipse — the first since the “Great American Eclipse” of 2017.
It won’t be visible from North America — but if you are in Chile or Argentina, you'll be in for a treat. And the Chilean government is expecting at least 400,000 visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of the event.
“I got into the eclipse fever after seeing how Americans got all crazy about their total eclipse,” Ivan Gonzalez, a civil engineer from Valparaiso, Chile, said in an email. “I want to see for myself all the weird things that happen under the shadow of the moon.”
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