Her questions were tough, based on facts that Donald Trump did not contest.
You've probably read all about who "won" the debates, but here's who's most likely to succeed.
Two contenders impressed and separated themselves, while Trump did not disappoint.
It was clear from the start that the moderators were out to make news and force mistakes rather than inform voters.
It's not a coincidence that the first Republican debate was held in the Buckeye State.
Like Donald Trump, Ben Carson has defied the odds over the course of the 2016 primary.
Cruz is not new to controversy, but his lack of reverence for his own party members may be the last straw.
Trump should recall that the American political system is one of checks and balances.
If Biden does enter the primary, he'd pass Sanders in the national polls in his first week.
If Tea Partyers can unify, they may well choose the GOP nominee.