WASHINGTON – The number of U.S. airport screeners who took unscheduled absences rose to 10 percent on Sunday, more than triple that of a year ago, as the stalemate over the government shutdown continued over a holiday weekend, according to the Transportation Security Administration. The number of unscheduled TSA absences hit the highest level seen…
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