Does the U.S. need to act as the world's police? Stossel and guests debate a military strike against Syria, the politics of war and to what extent foreign aid helps poor nations
The Heritage Foundation’s Peter Brookes on the challenges facing the Obama Administration
Brian Kilmeade and Pete Hegseth
FBN’s Lou Dobbs compares Libya with Syria.
Obama clears first hurdle, but vote offers no guarantees
Long War Journal’s Tom Joscelyn on the various rebel groups fighting against the Assad regime
Amb. John Bolton weighs in
Lawmakers split on whether to approve White House request for military action
US steps up aid to Islamist rebels , what would a strike look like? And who will we fight with? Chris Stirewalt and guests with an in depth look at the situation in Syria
Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer and Christian Whiton on the complexity of who the White House can support in the Syrian Civil War
Secretary of state makes statement on Syria
Lt. Col. Bill Cowan on potential objective
Obama says serious threats to governments, diplomats, businesses and civilians across the globe remain. Christian Whiton and Adam Housley discuss
Fox News’ UN Correspondent Jonathan Wachtel joins Brian to discuss what the United Nations has been doing to help in the Syrian crisis.
Did the president persuade the nation about Syria?
Krauthammer told viewers Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that the Russians have backed President Obama into a corner on Syria…leaving him without the option of American military action.
The politics of Syria: what is going on in the democratic party? And what is going on at the NSA? Chris Stirewalt and guests discuss