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Among the international community, there is near unanimous support for a proposal to seize and destroy the al-Assad regime's stockpile of chemical weapons. But skeptics say that even if all parties can come to an agreement, the task itself is impossible. CNN's Tom Foreman and Gen. James "Spider" Marks take a look at what it would take to secure Syria's chemical weapons.
He's "part of the problem, not the solution," says Sen. John Cornyn–and the Republican from Texas is not alone. Many on Capitol Hill doubt that Vladimir Putin will follow through on a plan to get Syria's al-Assad regime to turn over its chemical weapons. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Anthony Weiner raises a finger to say goodbye to the press. CNN's Jeanne Moos bids farewell to Weiner and Eliot Spitzer.
Her research was referenced several times in Congressional hearings on Syria; Sen. John McCain and Secretary of State John Kerry mentioned her by name; and she's even been seen here on CNN. But new evidence has surfaced that Elizabeth O'Bagy from the Institute for the Study of War may have lied about her credentials and concealed her affiliation to rebel groups. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee has been a strong Republican ally of the White House. As the ranking Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, he has been supportive of the president's plan to strike Syria– until now. He tells CNN's Dana Bash that Pres. Obama is "not comfortable" being commander-in-chief.