Government shutdown: TSA says sick calls up more than 137 percent compared to 2018
Tuesday, 15 January 2019 It's the 25th day of the partial government shutdown. One place to see the impact is at the airport where some TSA workers, who are not being paid, are not showing up. The TSA reports 137 percent more sick calls Monday compared to a year ago. Staff shortages led to long lines at some airports including the world's busiest in Atlanta. Kris Van Cleave reports.
The longest shutdown in government history shows no signs of ending tonight. But some help for unpaid federal employees could be on the way. Gov. Newsom has offered his support to TSA employees. They could collect some money during the shutdown but it's not just that simple. Sara Donchey reports from...
Lawmakers are doing everything they can to avoid another massive shutdown at the end of the week. Senate Appropriations Chairman Richard Shelby briefed President Trump on the state of border security..