FAA and other US federal agencies started the process of returning to full strength Thursday following the end of the 16-day partial shutdown of the US government that started Oct. 1 when funding authority lapsed. Congress passed legislation to fund the federal government late Wednesday and President Barack Obama signed it early Thursday morning, ending a shutdown during which hundreds of thousands of government workers were furloughed. FAA last week recalled more than 800 Office of ...

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