FAA Lose Authorization News
Shutdown Puts Brakes on FAA's Expanded Use of Gadgets During Take-Off and Landing
The FAA Will Not Consider the Gadget Restrictions Until the Shutdown Has Ended
Tweet Blackout For Federal Agencies, Organizations As Government Shuts Down
Not Only Are Offices and Agencies Closed, But So Are Their Twitter and Social Media Accounts
Roundtable I: This Week in Politics
George Will, Donna Brazile, Matthew Dowd, Newt Gingrich, and Antonio Villaraigosa.
Airline Delays Over? Senate Approves Plan
The Senate has passed a bill that would end air-traffic controller furloughs.
Flight Delays Continue, United Ups Change Fees to $200
Experts say delays from air traffic controller furloughs will only get worse.
Reid Proposes Plan to Replace Sequester Cuts with Money from Afghanistan, Iraq Wars
Nineteen months before the combat phase of the war in Afghanistan is set to end, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid suggested Congress take money allocated for that operation and use it to pay off sequester cuts. With FAA furloughs causing airport delays and headaches across the nation, the Senate
Air Traffic Controllers Furloughed
Hundreds of flights delayed nationwide as a result of spending cuts known as the sequester.
Sequester Expected to Bring Harm Beyond Staffing Cuts on National, Local Levels
EPA, FDA Predict Problems for Public Because of Staffing Shortages in April
Freaky Friday - Sequester Edition
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES MEETING OF THE MINDS: This morning President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden meet with House Speaker John Boehner, Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell at the White House in a last...
Sequester: What Will Happen, What Won't Happen and What We Don't Know
Federal Agencies Are Tight-Lipped, but the Worst of It Won't Come Until April