Most members of New Hampshire’s congressional delegation say they are encouraged over diplomatic efforts by the United States and Russia that have resulted in an agreement to find and destroy Syria’s chemical weapons.
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If you opposed a strike in Syria before the president’s speech, did you hear anything to change your mind?
Democratic Sen. Ed Markey of Massachusetts says he opposes the resolution that would allow President Barack Obama to order military strikes against Syria.
President Obama makes his case tonight for military action in Syria. A majority of Americans think a strike is a bad idea. What does the President have to say to convince you it’s the right course of action?
U.S. Representative James McGovern Checks In
The president will need to be at his most persuasive to turn this around.
For the second week in a row, hundreds of people stood outside Park Street Station on the Boston Common to protest U.S.-led military action in Syria.
Roman Catholic worshippers and the clergy have gathered in Boston for a 4-hour prayer vigil for peace in Syria, joining those who answered Pope Francis’ call and massed at the Vatican to push for an end to the bloodshed in the Middle East nation.
Congressman Stephen Lynch Checks In.