At the White House, President Obama and his advisers continue to work to build support in Congress and among allies for striking Syria. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Tom Bowman reports.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron, who says it is time for the U.N. Security Council "to live up to its responsibilities on Syria." Stefan Wermuth /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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From the NPR Newscast: Philip Reeves reports on the resolution Britain will put before the U.N. Security Council

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Ammunition was stacked up Saturday in an area near Damascus that is controlled by forces loyal to President Bashar Assad. Khaled al-Hariri /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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On 'Morning Edition': Aaron David Miller speaks with Renee Montagne about the situation in Syria

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Gas mask in one hand and rifle in the other, a Free Syrian Army fighter sits inside a house in the city of Homs early Thursday. Yazan Homsy /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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From the NPR Newscast: The BBC's Nick Bryant reports

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Secretary of State John Kerry using his head Tuesday in Kabul, where he met the captain of that nation's women's soccer team. Jason Reed/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Hospital Corpsman Shannon Crowley, with a Marine Corps. Female Engagement Team, in Musa Qala, Afghanistan, in November 2010. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Prince Harry, known when on duty as "Capt. Wales," in the cockpit of an Apache helicopter while he was in Afghanistan last month. John Stillwell/PA wire/pool/EPA /Landov hide caption

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Larry Miller reports for the NPR Newscast

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Children often show signs of trauma from their experiences inside Syria. A U.N. team interviewing Syrian children in a refugee camp found that most lost a loved one in the fighting, and almost half have post-traumatic stress disorder. Jodi Hilton for NPR hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': Deborah Amos on the children of Northern Syria

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An almost deserted, rubble-filled street in Aleppo, Syria (Oct. 9, 2012). Tauseef Mustafa /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Palestinians react after they checked the body of their family member killed in an Israeli air strike, at Al-Adwan Hospital in Gaza City on Tuesday. Chen Xu/Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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Fleeing the fighting: Internally displaced Congolese sit inside a United Nations base in Monigi, near Goma, as they seek shelter from the violence. Phil Moore/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An Israeli soldier lies on the ground as missiles are fired from an Iron Dome anti-missile station on Thursday near the city of Beer Sheva, Israel. The Iron Dome was activated to intercept incoming rockets launched from Gaza. Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images hide caption

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The allegations of NCAA rule violations at the University of Miami are only the latest in a string of high-profile college football scandals. In today's first hour, we'll talk with the Yahoo! News reporter who broke the latest scandal and talk about what, if anything, can be done to reduce further violations. Mad House Photography hide caption

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