A woman who opposes U.S. military action in Syria grabs the face of Asmaa Al-Ghafari, a self-described "Syrian-American revolutionist," who favors U.S. action, during a clash outside the White House on Saturday.
President Obama talks about Syria on Saturday in the White House Rose Garden. The president said he has decided to seek congressional authorization to strike the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad over a reported chemical weapons attack on Syrian civilians.
Rachel Lee Richards and other opponents of U.S. military action against Syria demonstrate in New York City's Times Square. They were among thousands of demonstrators around the world -- for and against an assault -- who took to the streets Saturday.