Sunday Show Round Up

Secretary of State John Kerry announced that biological samples from Syria have tested positive for sarin gas this Sunday morning.

“I can share with you today that blood and hair samples that have come to us through an appropriate chain of custody from east Damascus, from first responders, it has tested positive for signatures of sarin. So, each day that goes by the case is even stronger. We know that the regime ordered this attack, ” Secretary of State John Kerry said during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Syria Facing U.S. Cyber Attacks in Upcoming Strikes

U.S. military forces are expected to roll out new cyber warfare capabilities during the anticipated military strike on Syria for its use of a deadly nerve agent, according to military sources.

Targets of cyber attacks likely will include electronic command and control systems used by the Syrian military forces, air defense computers, and other military communications networks.

America Unbound

An administration that has long championed the importance of international institutions and multilateral action made clear on Friday that the United States would take action in Syria with or without approval from the United Nations and other international organizations.