The resolution in front of the United Nations Security Council that would call for the ouster of Syrian President Bashar Assad will be vetoed by Russia.
Reuters reports that as the violence continued in Syria, Moscow's envoy to the European Union Vladimir Chizhov said the resolution had no chance of adoption unless it explicitly rejected a military intervention.
The big question coming off of Mitt Romney's decisive 14-point victory in Florida is, "What's next for Newt Gingrich?" If you go by what the former speaker said during interviews and his speech last night, the campaign will extend into the summer.
Mitt Romney at his state campaign headquarters Tuesday in Tampa, Fla.
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Mitt Romney watches his GOP rival Newt Gingrich on TV as he rides his campaign bus on Sunday with his brother Scott and sister-in-law Sheri. Using the power of television — through ads and debates — was a key part of Romney's strategy in Florida.
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Mitt Romney watches primary election results with his son Josh in Tampa on Tuesday night. He won in Florida by the same margin he lost by in South Carolina.
It was a great night for Mitt Romney, restoring the former Massachusetts governor's lead in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
Storming from behind after his crashing fall in South Carolina 10 days earlier, Romney overtook rival Newt Gingrich and passed him in the course of a week. In the end, he won the far larger and more pivotal state of Florida by the same margin he had lost by in South Carolina.
He did it in two ways, both depending on the power of TV in a state too large for retail campaigning.