Pivot: The recent pivot on the situation in Syria by President Obama offers a rare glimpse into his thought process in a public fashion and often times on television. The New York Times reports. Meanwhile, the plan to dismantle Syria's chemical weapons stockpile is moving forward.
Budget: House Republicans do not yet have the votes to pass a budget bill that would fund government agencies and prevent a government shutdown in three weeks. The Washington Post reports.
Fly: The parties representing American Airlines and US Airways fired back at the DOJ, filing court papers blasting the government's move to block the $11 billion merger. The National Law Journal's Jenna Greene reports.
Jobs: The decline in the number of new jobs reported last week was in part due to a processing error. Reuters reports that this comes before a Federal Reserve meeting.