U.S. senators from Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are part of a bipartisan group of lawmakers calling on President Barack Obama to develop a stronger strategy for addressing the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
The family of a New Hampshire journalist missing in Syria for nearly a year plans say recent events in that country have given them renewed hope.
U.S. Rep. John Larson is set to update constituents on the crisis in Syria as fears of an immediate military strike ease after the U.S. and Russia agreed to a diplomatic plan to remove the country’s chemical stockpile.
New Hampshire’s congressional delegation is expressing a mix of doubt and hope on resolving the crisis in Syria following President Barack Obama’s address to the nation.
After hearing reports that Russia has offered to work with Syria to destroy Syria’s chemical weapons, New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen says she welcomes the possibility of such international cooperation to avoid a U.S. military strike.
WTIC will broadcast President Obama’s remarks to the nation Tuesday at 9:00 p.m., live here at WTIC.com, and on a delayed basis following the Boston Red Sox-Tampa Bay Rays game on WTIC NewsTalk 1080.
New Hampshire’s congressional delegation is weighing in on President Barack Obama’s decision to seek congressional authorization before using military force against Syria for using chemical weapons.
U.S. Rep. John Larson will spend Labor Day hearing from constituents on whether Congress should authorize President Barack Obama to launch a military strike on Syria.
Delaying what had appeared to be an imminent strike, President Barack Obama says he will seek congressional approval before launching any military action meant to punish Syria for its alleged use of chemical weapons in an attack that killed hundreds.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy is calling for the administration to exercise restraint as it considers its response to Syria’s alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians.