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Costing jobs and money, who is at fault for the FAA shutdown?
Even after debt deal, Washington's finances are a mess.
Most would prefer the airlines on the leading edge of technology, not government bureaucrats.
Some say planned naps for controllers would solve the fatigue problem.
Unemployment extension, air transport, and financial overhaul also popular.
Healthcare reform is still capturing the attention of THOMAS.gov users.
The administration is planning on hiring some 1,200 controllers this year.
Airlines try "continuous descent" to save on fuel costs.
Stay on your toes, whether or not your boss cracks the whip.