President Obama is pursuing diplomatic options in Syria, but stressed that the U.S. be prepared to strike, if necessary. The debate over whether or not to take action appears to have consumed Congress, but there are a lot pressing issues on its plate this fall.
Last night, Colorado state senator Angela Giron was voted out of office in a recall election. She and fellow democrat, Senate president John Morse, were ousted after taking a tough stance on gun control.
From possibly paying college athletes out in the open to paying them under the table and actually much worse, it's now time for a look at sports with Andy and Brian Kamentzky, who have covered sports for ESPN and the L.A. Times.
A New York Times poll shows two-thirds of people are worried that U.S. military action could be a long and costly involvement. However, many Americans who came to this country have a somewhat different perspective.
Six months ago, Fronteras reporter Jill Replogle reported on an Iraqi refugee family and their struggle to get safely to the U.S. Their son, who was an interpreter for U.S. troops, was killed in combat. Since that time the family has resettled in San Diego County.
Winning that match qualified the U.S. for next year's World Cup in Brazil, but Mexico is now in danger of not getting in. With more on what this means for both nations is Dave Denholm, soccer commentator for Fox Sports.