The president and his national security team are spending this Labor Day laying out the president’s case for a military response to Syria.
Protesters are rallying in Boston to oppose any U.S. or NATO military action in Syria.
Members of Congress from Massachusetts and New Hampshire are backing Obama’s decision to consult with lawmakers before launching any attack on Syria.
Their home is in Canton is a world away from the violence, but a local couple’s hearts are with the people of Syria.
We’re already at war with terrorism, from any and all sources….and what Assad did to his people….AGAIN….is not a threat to us….U.S.
Members of Massachusetts’ congressional delegation are urging caution as President Barack Obama weighs a U.S. response to the apparent use of chemical weapons in Syria.
With the Obama administration considering military intervention in Syria after an apparent chemical weapons attack outside Damascus, U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass., is urging caution.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Joe Mathieu takes a look at the possibility of U.S. intervention in Syria.
A crowd of activists gathered in Copley Square Saturday afternoon to mark the second anniversary of the uprising in Syria, calling for greater U.S. intervention.
The parents of a New Hampshire journalist who has been missing in Syria since he was kidnapped more than a month ago are appealing to his captors for any information about his health and welfare.