Some biblical literalists see the Syrian conflict as a sign of Armageddon, especially the ones who have skin in the game
Sorry, Dick Cheney and Lindsey Graham
"Daily Show" host takes Russian leader to task for his bad timing
The "Leaving Las Vegas" singer likens U.S. intervention to "throwing a rock in a beehive"
Thanks to "America's Got Talent," NBC was still top bird on Tuesday
Obama says that the U.S. will first seek a diplomatic solution to Syria crisis -- but will prepare for force if that fails
The famed comedy group mocks crowdfunding, seeking to raise $1.6 trillion to fund Obama's plan to bomb Syria
And Nancy Pelosi - stop asking your five-year-old grandchild what to do in Syria
Aging action star -- and noted conservative -- issues his own Chuck Norris Fact on the Mideast
Bashar Assad criticized President Barack Obama's administration, saying they're presenting false allegations of chemical warfare to the American public
The pop phenom makes her thoughts known with a Facebook photo
The Secretary of State sat down with MSNBC's Chris Hayes Thursday to explain exactly why America has to get involved
The "Colbert Report" wants English Muffins renamed "Liberty Toast" due to lack of strike support from our ally
The senator was caught playing video poker during the Syria hearings
"John Oliver did a fine job, but as people on this show know, I find it morally reprehensible to get news from someone with an...
Newt Gingrich & co. are fast-tracking the debate show to capture the moment of turmoil
As the president weighs his options on interceding in the country following chemical weapons use, the broadcast and cable nets ramp up their coverage
The faux news organization dedicated a number of headlines to the incident, including "Onion Twitter Password Changed To OnionMan77"
Apple said the game violates rules against depicting real governments in games, though the App Store has a selection of games on the "War on...
Team held for five days by unknown kidnappers
Orwa Nyrabia, a Syrian filmmaker, was released from government captivity after three weeks
The news agency took down its blogging site for several hours while it addressed the security breach
Ed Shadid says his cousin was fighting with editors and battling health problems before his final trip to Syria
Jon Stewart mocks Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad's pop culture tastes, including Chris Brown and "Harry Potter" movies
A New York Times photographer describes Shadid's last, dramatic moments before succumbing on the Syrian border
Marie Colvin wanted her last story out of Syria outside the paywall, and now the Sunday Times is fielding questions about a New York Times-style...
The deaths of the two journalists come less than a week after the new York Times' Anthony Shadid died in the area as well
Shadid, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner for his Middle East reporting, was carried out of Syria by colleague Tyler Hicks