A small step.
Though Assad says sharing power is "totally unrealistic."
Officials say they're recruiting.
Shortly after the U.S. and Britain cut off nonlethal aid.
Seymour Hersh thinks so.
Because no one else really wants to do it.
Turns out transporting 600 tons of weapons is kind of dangerous.
After two-and-a-half years of civil war, Colonel Sanders calls it quits.
They can't reach two sites.
"We spent so much damn time navel gazing," says a former White House official.
"It's a credit to the Assad regime, frankly," said John Kerry.
Russia would get another chance to veto a military strike.
They gave the evidence to Russia.
In an interview with Dennis Kucinich.
Obama says he wasn't looking for "style points."
John Kerry and his Russian counterpart announced the deal on Saturday.
Assad is surprisingly demanding for a man in his position.
Three months after Obama decided to arm the opposition.
An odd way to kick off negotiations.
The East Room wouldn't give him his deposit back.