WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama says he hasn't made a final decision about a military strike against Syria. But he says he's considering a limited and narrow action in response to a chemical weapons attack that he says Syria's government carried out last week.
Obama says that attack was a challenge to the world and threatens U.S. national security.
Obama's comment came after the U.S. released an intelligence assessment that found with "high confidence" that Syrian President Bashar Assad's government carried out a chemical weapons attack last week.
The U.S. says the attack killed more than 1,400 people.
We asked Congresswoman Bustos what she thinks should happen: "I think the President needs to consult with congress, needs a congressional vote if we're going to do anything militarily. Number two, and I don't think there's any disagreement on this, we do not want boots on the ground, and number three, I want to make sure the international community is on board with this, and right now, that's a challenge."