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Coffee Talk: President Obama to Address the Nation Tonight on Syria

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• Tonight at 9 p.m. President Barack Obama will address the nation regarding his thoughts and plans on Syria. The president is seeking the American people's support for a possible military strike. Congressional officials don't appear to be supporting the president after returning to session yesterday. It's unclear what Obama will do if Congress votes no on a military strike. However, during his press interviews yesterday, the commander-in-chief mentioned that Syria might surrender its chemical weapons—indicating a subtle act of diplomacy could be on the horizon. Despite the latest development, Obama says the U.S. needs to keep a "credible threat of military pressure" on Syria. [Associated Press]

• Tyra Banks is paying tribute to many of her icons and fellow sister-models—including Cindy Crawford, Kate Moss and Twiggy. The America's Next Top Model creator posed as a number of catwalk queens in her latest photo shoot with Udo Spreitzenbarth. Banks shot a series of 15 black and white photos in an exhibition called Tyra Banks Presents: 15. "I've put my own spin on #NYFW w/a photo tribute to some of the fiercest #SuperModels ever," tweeted Banks. "Unretouched. Real. Raw." [E! Online]

• Miguel is out with new music. The popular singer released a new song yesterday entitled "Can't Sleep Together." The song was created for the 2013 Adult Swim Singles Program, created by the cable network. Check out the song here! [Rolling Stone]

• Yesterday, K. Michelle responded to Tamar Braxton's not-so-kind comments about her album numbers. K. Michelle tweeted, "I'm really just trying to stay positive and live my life. I bought the album to support her and everything. I don't get it. But I'm the bully." She went on to later say that Braxton should be more humble. [TGJ]

PHOTO GALLERY: Photo: 50th Anniversary of March on Washington

  • President Barack Obama speaks during the Let Freedom Ring Commemoration and Call to Action to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC.
  • Oprah Winfrey speaks during the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
  • Jamie Foxx speaks during the Let Freedom Ring ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial August 28, 2013 in Washington, DC.
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