Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Prepare for Fifth Democratic Debate

Democrats will face off in their fifth debate Thursday night, and this time it will just be Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

The two remaining democrats talked with voters Wednesday night at a town hall in New Hampshire.

Clinton and Sanders disagreed on a series of issues, including who they think best embodies progressive values between the two of them.

And with just a week left before the New Hampshire primary, some candidates are taking a more negative route.

Donald Trump accused Senator Ted Cruz of cheating to win the Iowa caucuses.

Despite Cruz’s win on Monday night, a new poll shows Donald Trump with a big lead on the republican side nationally.

And for the democrats, Sanders has the lead over Clinton.

Clinton may have won Iowa, but she says Sanders, a Vermont Senator, has the home court advantage in New Hampshire.