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September 10th, 2013
05:18 PM ET

Before AC360 Later: Tonight Anderson Cooper reacts to President Obama's speech on Syria

Tonight President Obama will address the nation on the crisis in Syria. Before he joins his panel on AC360 Later, Anderson will take your questions about the speech.

Tonight's discussion is set to start at 9:15p E.T., or after the President's remarks.
You may begin submitting questions at 8:45p

September 10th, 2013
01:50 AM ET

What should President Obama say about Syria now?

The Senate vote on Syria on hold. Secretary Kerry's seemingly off the cuff comments may have opened up a new avenue to avoid military intervention. But President Obama is hours away from delivering a major speech on the crisis in Syria. Anderson and the panel take a closer look at what the President should say to the nation.
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September 10th, 2013
01:47 AM ET

Kidnapped in Syria and speaking out on who used chemical weapons

Jonathan Alpeyrie spent more than 80 days held hostage by rebels in Syria. He joins the AC360 Later panel to talk about who he thinks is really responsible for using chemical weapons there.

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September 10th, 2013
01:45 AM ET

Who used Chemical Weapons in Syria?

The Assad regime and the opposition both blame each other for using chemical weapons. How does this issue impact the world's response? Anderson and his panel take a look at how "red lines," military intervention, and inaction would impact the crisis in Syria.
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September 10th, 2013
01:43 AM ET

Face-to-face with Pres. Assad

Charlie Rose just returned from his interview with Syria's president and joined the panel on AC360 Later. Anderson asked him about the pivotal moment when Assad talked about what he was willing to do to avoid a U.S. military strike.

 

 

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September 10th, 2013
01:40 AM ET

Did Diana Nyad cheat?

Last week, at the age of 64, Diana Nyad successfully completed the grueling 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida. Now some on social media are asking whether she had more help than just some strong currents? John Zarrella takes a closer look.
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September 10th, 2013
01:37 AM ET

Police called to Zimmerman residence

Less than two months after a jury acquitted him for the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin, there has been another incident involving George Zimmerman. This time it was his estranged wife Shellie who called police, claiming he attacked her father and threatened them both with a gun. Anderson spoke with George Zimmerman's attorney and CNN legal analyst Mark O'Mara.
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September 10th, 2013
01:32 AM ET

Proof of chemical attack in Syria?

Editors note: Some of the images in this report are hard to watch.
For some the decision whether to launch a military strike in Syria comes down to the evidence of a chemical attack last month. President Obama says he has little doubt it was launched by the Assad regime. others aren't convinced. Jim Scuitto takes a closer look.
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September 10th, 2013
01:30 AM ET

New twists in the Syria crisis

The Senate is putting off plans to vote on authorizing military force in Syria. It comes after what seemed like an offhand remark by Secretary of State John Kerry. He suggested a strike could be avoided if President Assad turned over all of his chemical weapons to the international community. CNN's Dana Bash has the latest developments.
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