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Omar calls for domestic security deleveraging – 1 hour after insisting that TSA workers get paid back

Representative Ilhan Omar, D-Minnesota, continues her series of controversial tweets, this time at the Department of Homeland Security. In a tweet on Friday night, the new congressman calls President Trump "Individual 1" and insists that he does not "support the… Continue Reading →

Boeing Workers in Washington State Receive Annual Bonuses of $ 429 Million

Boeing employees across the state of Washington will receive $ 429 million in bonuses this month, nearly half of which will be paid to the company as a whole. raises to 886 million. Despite the record financial results announced this… Continue Reading →

Airports workers dismissed sued city for age discrimination

Two former airport employees are suing the city of Portland, claiming that they were forced to resign due to age – based discrimination. Robert Lang and Stephen Congdon filed their complaint Tuesday at the US District Court in Portland. Both… Continue Reading →

Boeing workers in Washington receive annual bonuses of $ 429 million

By Dominic Gates / The Seattle Times Boeing employees across the state of Washington will receive $ 429 million in bonuses this month, nearly half of which will be paid to the company as a whole. raises to 886 million…. Continue Reading →

Sikh community donates $ 11,000 to Phoenix TSA workers

Dani Coble Arizona Republic Posted at 8:00 am EST January 31, 2019 Workers at the Transportation Safety Authority at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, who worked without pay during the recent government shutdown, received a major donation on Wednesday… Continue Reading →

Airlines use "extraordinary measures" to protect airport workers from extreme cold

Larry Olmsted Special in the United States TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 12:16 pm EST on January 30, 2019 There is something fun to visit new places and dive deep into the regional cuisines of this great country,… Continue Reading →

"Extraordinary measures" taken to protect airport workers

Dawn Gilbertson UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 10:06 am EST on January 30, 2019 Southwest Airlines distributes industrial-grade coats, gloves and face masks and cancels the check-in on the sidewalk at Midway International Airport in Chicago…. Continue Reading →

Springfield airport workers unite to help with government shutdown

SPRINGFIELD, MO. (KY3 / KSPR) – Federal employees are waiting for their pay check for their return to work, as usual Monday morning, the first working day since the end of the government shutdown. During the closure of the government,… Continue Reading →

Asheville TSA union representative: workers may not receive their salary until another week

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) – Even with the government running, a local non-profit organization will continue to offer help to federal employees. MANNA FoodBank provided food to dozens of employees during the 35-day closed period. The government is open – but… Continue Reading →

FAA workers pick up at T.F. Green while stop temporarily ends

Related headlines WARWICK, R.I. (WPRI) – Hundreds of thousands of civil servants will be paid after the partial closure of the government, including TSA and FAA employees at T.F. Green Airport, who have been working without pay for 35 days…. Continue Reading →

TSA workers in Las Vegas receive 700 meals from MGM Resorts

Hours after President Donald Trump announced a provisional end to the federal government to closeMGM Resorts International has delivered hundreds of meals to Transportation Safety Officers, who still do not know when they will get their next paycheck. The chefs… Continue Reading →

Homeowner in Beaver Creek Helps Unpaid TSA Workers at Eagle County Airport

GYPSUM – Jonathan Rotella travels very often. He appreciates the work done by the Transportation Safety Administrators, especially if they are not paid. On Friday, he showed his appreciation at the Eagle County Regional Airport. Rotella, CEO of NexGen Hyperbaric,… Continue Reading →

San Jose Airport and Food Bank Provide Assistance to Federal Workers on Leave

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – The Mineta San Jose International Airport and the Second Harvest Food Bank on Wednesday organized donations of food and supplies to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. The city estimates that about 500… Continue Reading →

Pantry Helps TSA Workers at Bradley Airport

Connecticut News WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WTNH) – So much is being done Bradley Airport is done by federal employees, and these employees are about to miss their second paycheck from Government judgment. TSA agents saw it all when it came… Continue Reading →

Airport workers warn that aviation security system will be jeopardized "if the federal government's shutdown continues

CHICAGO (CBS) – As the longest government shutdown in US history entered its 34th day on Thursday, three labor unions warned that the country's aviation security system may soon fail under pressure. Unions representing air traffic controllers, airline pilots and… Continue Reading →

Girl Up members in San Antonio help children of unpaid TSA workers

The four teenage girls were working hard at the San Antonio International Airport on Wednesday night, loading a car with all the belongings collected for Transportation Safety Administration staff who had been working without pay for more than a year…. Continue Reading →

10% of TSA workers enrolled at Sea-Tac are summoned Sunday due to illness

by Matt Markovich | KOMO News 10% of TSA workers enrolled at Sea-Tac are summoned on Sunday for illness SEATAC, Wash. – The union president, who represents 800 TSA officers at the Sea-Tac airport, warns of a possible closure of… Continue Reading →

Latest news: The TSA says that many of its workers are calling for joblessness

WASHINGTON (AP) – Latest news on partial government shutdown (local time): 13h The Senate's highest democrat predicts that the president's proposal to break the impasse of closure will not pass before the Senate. Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York said… Continue Reading →

The hiring event of TSA for MSP airport, looking for 40 workers, attracts hundreds of people

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – On Saturday, during the partial closure of the government, the Transportation Security Association had a "Accelerated hiring event. " The TSA is looking to hire at least 40 people and has planned this hiring event several months… Continue Reading →

TSA workers gather at the airport

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