(NBC News) The first vote on whether the U.S. should launch a military strike on Syria could come later today.
A late-night agreement makes President Obama's request more specific: No troops on the ground and a 60-day limit on military strikes.
With the public still leery, the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee votes on whether to authorize action and Secretary of State John Kerry testifies again before skeptical lawmakers.
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