Watch 2020 VP debate live: Mike Pence, Kamala Harris face off in Utah.

The 2020 vice presidential debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris kicks off tonight at 9p ET in Salt Lake City, Utah. The first and only VP debate comes on the heels of last week's chaotic first presidential debate and after President Trump's positive coronavirus diagnosis.

USA TODAY Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page will moderate the debate, which will be 90 minutes long and divided into nine segments of 10 minutes each. Candidates will not make opening or closing statements. Debate topics have not been announced.

There will be plexiglass barriers between the candidates, who will also be more than 12 feet apart from each other.

Tonight's schedule:
8:30p ET: CBSN kicks off its pre-debate coverage, hosted by Elaine Quijano
9-10:30p ET: CBSN streams the debate in full
10:30p onward: Highlights and analysis from CBSN

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