Lawmakers debating the merits of a punitive strike on Syria have been shown video taken immediately after the attack of apparent sarin gas victims. CNN has aired several minutes of the very graphic and disturbing videos, preceded by viewer discretion
The Pentagon is preparing for a longer bombardment of Syria than it originally had planned, with a heavy barrage of missile strikes followed soon after by more attacks on targets that the opening salvos missed or failed to destroy, officials said.
Syria’s top leaders amassed one of the world’s largest stockpiles of chemical weapons with help from the Soviet Union and Iran, as well as Western European suppliers and even a handful of American companies, according to American
Contrary to the claims of your administration, the most reliable intelligence shows that Bashar al-Assad was NOT responsible for the chemical incident that killed and injured Syrian civilians, and that British intelligence officials also know this.
The White House has been beating the war drum lately in an effort to build support for a bombing campaign in Syria. - See more at: http://silverunderground.com/2013/09/alyssa-milano-makes-propaganda-sex-tape-to-promote-war-in-syria/#sthash.0jnwXWxS.d
A must read open letter from a Vietnam Veteran to Barack Obama that explains in a way that even this President can understand why it is that his vacillating performance and unclear strategy concerning Syria are so incredibly dangerous!
On "CBS This Morning," Mark Phillips hinted Pope Francis had "taken sides" with Russia's Putin and against President Obama over military strikes in Syria. The Pope's letter to Putin "must have been music to the Russian president's ears."
Between the two of them, this much: $1,414 billion, or 25% of all foreign held US Treasury paper.
Three Russian naval ships were sailing toward Syria in the eastern Mediterranean on Friday and a fourth was on its way, the Interfax news agency reported, citing a source at navy headquarters.
As he touched down in St. Petersburg on Thursday morning, President Obama greeted his host Vladimir Putin with a handshake and a smile.
When it comes to war in Syria, economist Dr. Paul Craig Roberts says, "This time the big lie didn't work like it did in Iraq."
Of the possible candidates for the Republican presidential nomination, not one potential 2016 hopeful has voiced support for President Barack Obama’s call for a U.S. military strike on Syria. The hesitancy to authorize an attack against Syria
In an unprecedented statement, a former Iranian official has warned of mass abductions and brutal killings of American citizens around the world and the rape and killing of one of Obama’s daughters should the United States attack Syria.
Obama’s allies in Syria — those who will directly benefit from the coming US airstrikes — stepped up their genocide against Syrian Christians, attacking Maaloula, a Christian village, indiscriminately using mortar shells fired from a hilltop
Bashar al-Assad's former defense minister has reached Istanbul after a defection that betrays cracks in the president's support among his own Alawite sect, opposition and diplomatic sources said on Thursday.
The United States declared that it has given up trying to work with the U.N. Security Council on Syria, accusing Russia of holding the council hostage and allowing Moscow's allies in Syria to deploy poison gas against innocent children.
The rift over Syria overshadowed discussions on how to revive growth but not before splits emerged within the group over a US plan to wind down an economic stimulus program. The G20 accounts for two thirds of the world's population
For the first time in more than 2 years of a bloody civil war, President Obama has declared Syria a national security threat that must be answered with a military strike — in doing so he is warning Americans as much about the leaders of Iran
Secretary of State John Kerry at the House Foreign Affairs Committee Hearing on Syria war authorization Today:
Things aren't exactly warming up between the Obama administration and Vladimir Putin, even as President Obama arrived in St. Petersburg for the G-20 summit.
It appears like it isn't the whole interview, but please enjoy!
The administration needs to learn from the past and tell the whole truth.
What's really going on in Syria? Let's look at the evidence from a non-mainstream media perspective...
Justin Amash on NBC Nightly News 9/4/13