Air Traffic Controllers Are Working, But Other FAA Staff Are Not
While air traffic controllers are being forced to work without pay, other supporting staff is home during the government shutdown.
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association estimates 3,000 of their FAA employees are furloughed. Air traffic controllers will continue to work but support staff, maintenance staff and technicians have been sent home. Newsy spoke with Air Traffic Controller Eddie DeLisle about the safety of Americans during and after the shutdown.
Mixed reviews at Trump's Texas campaign rally
Crowds gathered in Waco, Texas, to hear the former president speak as he hits the campaign trail, despite a looming indictment.
What we know and don't know about a possible Trump indictment
Uncertainty about a possible indictment runs parallel with the fluidity of the Manhattan DA's grand jury investigation of Trump. Here's what we know.
Kamala Harris embarks on weeklong Africa trip
After touching down in Ghana, Vice President Kamala Harris said she's excited about the future of Africa.
Tracking brown macroalgae in the Atlantic Ocean
A large amount of sargassum is floating eastward in the Atlantic Ocean and is expected to create beach hazards as is runs into coastlines.
Multiple students dead following shooting at Nashville school
Three students were killed in a shooting at a Nashville private Christian School on Monday, according to Scripps News Nashville.
A high school bank is teaching students financial literacy
A bank branch inside Milaca High School is giving students real-world experience managing their money.