Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto on Monday devoted an entire segment to the possibility that a United States attack on Syria could be a sign of the End Times, a period in which Christians believe that Jesus Christ will return to face the emergence of the Antichrist.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad warned in an interview Sunday that the United States should brace itself for "every action" if it ultimately uses military force in the war-torn country.
A new TV ad that urges Congress to oppose U.S. military strikes against Syria underscores the difficulty President Barack Obama is having in getting war-weary liberals to support him.
This argument about teaching lessons by using bombs and missiles is so weak it's laughable. Put into situations we all deal with every day, it doesn't pass the smell test.
U.N. chemical weapons inspectors in Syria met and took samples from victims of an apparent poison gas attack in a rebel-held suburb of Damascus on Monday after the U.N. team themselves survived a gun attack on their convoy.
Doctors Without Borders, known by its French acronym MSF, states that they have seen approximately 3,600 patients showing signs of neurotoxocity.
Syrian National Coalition claims at least 650 dead in reported nerve gas attack on civilians in eastern Damascus suburb.
The video above shows the areas of Syria that are experiencing violent clashes and shelling on Tuesday morning. The Syrian regime is using Twitter to try to clarify recent comments about the country's weapons of mass
Update: An update from the interior ministry now says that "At least 55 people were killed and 372 wounded in the blasts." Twin explosions rocked Damascus on Thursday, killing at least 40 people and injuring 170, according to Syrian
News of the Day for June 10, 1967 - Arab-Israeli War continues, United Nations working on settlement, Syria accuses Israel of trying to take Damascus, Nassar backs out of quitting, Soviet Union breaks relations with Israel and Senator Dodd admits taking campaign money to pay personal bills (shock!).