Airport Workers Trying to Get by During Longest Government Shutdown in US History
PITTSTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- The partial government shutdown is in its third week, and thousands of workers are not getting paid. This government shutdown is now on day 22, making it the longest in U.S. history. Here at home, federal workers are starting to wonder how they will make ends meet. At the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport, federal workers are trying to balance their budgets until the shutdown ends.