- The Republican presidential candidates left in the race after the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary came out swinging Saturday night
- Here are the night's most memorable moments in GIFs
The candidates first took to the stage and observed a moment of silence for the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Then it was back to debating as Jeb Bush and Donald Trump went at it on a range of issues, including the Bush family legacy.
Ben Carson shared that supporters have advised him to jump and shout during debates like the rest of the candidates but he said he'd rather not ...
When CBS New moderator John Dickerson remarked that he needed to direct a question to Ted Cruz because he was "also running for president," the Texas senator couldn't help but chuckle at the obvious.
Cruz erupted when Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, said he didn't know how Cruz could have a problem with an interview he did in Spanish because Cruz doesn't speak Spanish. At that, Cruz broke into Spanish asking him to speak in Spanish "si tu quieres" (if you want).
Ohio Gov. John Kasich's hands once again played a major role in expressing what he would like to mold the nation into being.
Melania Trump couldn't help but smile when her husband said he can handle criticism because his wife tells him he's wrong "all the time."
Trump's face during another round of rebukes during Bush exemplifies what was likely the most bitter debate for the Republican candidates that this election cycle has seen.