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Washington (CNN): The US attack on a Syrian air base Thursday devastated an airfield, sent a stark message to Syria and its protector Russia and raised a host of questions about whether and how the Trump administration's stance on the Middle East might change. President Donald Trump's decision to punish Syria for a chemical weapons attack that killed more than 80 people, including children, marked a 180-degree departure from the "America First" philosophy that signaled a rejection of international engagements and from his September 2016 declaration that the US "cannot be the policeman of the world."

A Russian warship crossed through the Bosphorus Strait from the Black Sea and appears to be headed in the direction of the U.S. Navy destroyers that launched the missile strikes against Syria Thursday night. The Admiral Grigorovich is armed with advanced Kalibr cruise missiles, according to Fox News. Read more of

Reasons Americans are in Debt

What are the biggest reasons Americans arent saving more money? The No. 1 answer: 38% said they had too many expenses, some of which may not be under their control given that wages have remained stagnant in recent years. The next reason is absolutely under their control, however. Some 16.4% of the respondents simply said they havent gotten around to it. The third and fourth reasons? Just over 16% said they not having a good enough job and 13% said they were struggling under debt. Of course, living within one means is an important part of saving: About two-thirds of American adults dont write out a budget at all and the same percentage of consumers say they would have trouble coming up with an emergency $2,000, according to the New York Federal Reserve in a new survey released Monday. And those bills can be crippling: A majority of Americans (59%) dont have enough available cash to pay for even a $1,000 emergency room bill or even a $500 car repair, according to separate data released in January by Bankrate. Indeed, some studies have suggested that medical bills are the No. 1 cause of personal bankruptcies and, that same month, the Republican-controlled Senate narrowly passed a budget resolution to repeal the Affordable Care Act. 0:00 / 0:00