VIDEO: Everything You Want to Know About the FAA Shutdown But Were Afraid to Ask

Wednesday, August 03, 2011 - 11:30 AM

Did you wake up this morning and realize your Federal Aviation Administration was closed?  Even though the FAA has been partially shut down nearly two weeks over a funding dispute,  in the fog of debt talks, almost no one paid attention.  But now that it looks like some 74,000 workers will be off the job until at least September, focus is getting, um , a little sharper.

Transportation Nation's Todd Zwillich breaks it all down for you on the NewsHour:

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