US Sen. Mark Warner (D-Virginia) warned of dire consequences for the air travel system if thousands of FAA workers, air traffic controllers and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents miss their second paycheck, as the ongoing partial government shutdown—now in its 34th day—shows no sign of letting up. His remarks came during a Jan. 24 press conference at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), held to highlight the negative impacts on aviation from the ...

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