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News that broke in The Situation Room: Another U.S. Navy warship with 300 Marines has been placed off the coast of Syria in the eastern Mediterranean. CNN's Barbara Starr reports on the U.S. military's movements in the area and what intelligence knew before, during, and after last week's chemical attack by the al-Assad regime.
House Intelligence Committee chairman Mike Rogers tells Wolf Blitzer he is certain that the Assad regime used chemical weapons. Watch the full interview here.
Chris Lawrence speaks with an expert who says new video from inside Syria clearly shows evidence of a chemical weapons attack.
Warning: This video is graphic. Viewer discretion is advised.
Wolf Blitzer asks former CIA director Gen. Michael Hayden whether U.S. intelligence on Syria is strong enough to merit a strike on the al-Assad regime.
News that broke in The Situation Room: In an emergency session, the British House of Commons votes down a resolution calling for action in Syria.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta reacts to the Justice Department's announcement that it won't block laws¬†that have legalized marijuana in states like Washington and Colorado.
Jason Carroll reports on Newark Mayor Cory Booker's sexuality and how it affects the New Jersey Senate race.
Debate stirs in the West about intervention in Syria. As the U.K.'s Parliament prepares to vote, members of Congress call for a public debate here in the U.S. Wolf Blitzer and our team of correspondents and analysts around the world bring you the best coverage of the ongoing crisis in Syria. Join us at 6p ET for in-depth analysis and on-the-ground reporting and let us know your thoughts: Should the U.S. strike in Syria?
The U.S. inches closer to striking targets in Syria, with warships in place and the administration saying there is "no doubt" that chemical weapons were used by the al-Assad regime. Wolf Blitzer will go in depth again with guests, analysts and reporters from around the world to examine the U.S.'s military options and debate the merits of a Western intervention. Tune in at 6p ET - only on CNN.
Sen. Jack Reed, a top Democrat from Rhode Island, urges the Obama administration against taking unilateral military action in Syria and explains why.