• The FAA is reportedly about to bring airline inspectors back to work during the government shutdown

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The Federal Aviation Administration may be about to bring many of its inspectors and technical staff back to work.
    According to the Wall Street Journal , sources within the FAA and the union that represents its employees say the agency is gearing up to bring airline inspectors and technical staff back to work.
    Air traffic controllers, TSA screeners, and other staff deemed essential have been working unpaid since the government shutdown commenced on December 22.
    The Federal Aviation Administration may be about to bring many of its inspectors and technical staff back to work.
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  • A San Diego TV station rolled back an accusation that CNN rejected a local reporter's commentary because it was pro-border wall

    A San Diego TV station rolled back an accusation that CNN rejected a local reporter's commentary because it was pro-border wall

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    CNN invited a reporter from San Diego's KUSI TV station to discuss border walls.
    Dan Plante was to report on how border barriers were useful.
    But CNN never aired the segment, and KUSI accused CNN of political bias on Thursday. President Donald Trump echoed KUSI's accusation on Twitter.
    On Friday, KUSI rowed back its comments, with its news director saying that he didn't actually know why CNN rejected the story.
    San Diego TV station KUSI-TV accused CNN of turning down an appearance from a reporter that they originally solicited on how border walls are useful because the national network...
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