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Elise Labott reports the White House is reviewing new strategies to defeat ISIS, including Bashar al-Assad's removal. Full story
White House seeks new ISIS strategy
Wolf Blitzer talks to Rep. Ed Royce about the White House's new ISIS strategy that involves removing Bashar al-Assad.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Bouthaina Shaaban, Syrian Pres. Bashar al-Assad's senior adviser, rails against foreign meddling in Syria's civil war.
Wolf Blitzer asks Ribal al-Assad, cousin of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, which side in the conflict used chemical weapons and whether the U.S. should arm the rebels.
News that broke in The Situation Room: Syria's ambassador to the United Nations says that the country is now a "full member" of the Chemical Weapons Convention, an international treaty that banned chemical weapons in 1997. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh looks at what happens next for the al-Assad regime's stockpiles.
How did the crisis in Syria get to this point, with so much bloodshed and so many refugees? In order to better understand, Brian Todd takes a look at the brutal history of Bashar al-Assad's father.
Our Brian Todd explains how Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's relationship with the West, especially Secretary of State John Kerry, has changed in the last few years.