The Syrian government has destroyed critical equipment and elements connected to the production of chemical weapons.
Everyone from Congress to the United Nations is on hold, waiting to see if the U.S. and Russia can broker a deal with Syria.
President Obama and lawmakers take a wait and see approach now that Syria has agreed to give up their chemical weapons.
As President Obama attempts to make the case for military action in Syria to Congress, the American public is weighing in and NBC News wants your thoughts.
President Obama begins his big push to convince lawmakers to authorize a military strike in Syria.
As the White White continues its push members of Congress to support Syrian intervention, the American public is voicing their opposition to lawmakers.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry was the keynote speaker at the Wichita Falls Rotary Club luncheon Thursday.
The truth about Sarin gas and why its so deadly.
Lawmakers opposed to strikes against Syria push back against White House plans.
A key Senate committee voted Wednesday to authorize a military strike in Syria.
The White House faces opposition against plan for military strikes against Syria.
President Obama comments on Syrian situation before meeting with Congressional leaders.
The president made the announcement Saturday in front of the White House.
Secretary of State John Kerry makes case for action against Syria.
The Obama Administration insists the Syrian Government is behind last week's chemical attacks, but lawmakers and the American people still need convincing.
The Obama Administration weighs its options after it is convinced that the Syrian Government attacked it's citizens with chemical weapons last week.
Evidence is mounting that the Syrian government used chemicals against its own people, as the U.S. and its allies try to figure out how to react.
Hinting at a military response, Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday accused Syria of using chemical weapons against its people, and said President Barack Obama believes “there must be accountability.”
President Obama's bus tour is overshadowed by growing problems in Syria and Egypt.
Secretary of State Kerry heads to Russia to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin about Syria.