The government may not be paying all of its employees, but kind-hearted Americans are pitching in any way they can.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will recall most civilian employees who were furloughed in the government shutdown.
Neil Cavuto refused to play politics during the special Cost of Freedom: ‘Shut Down, What’s Up?’ Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) agreed with Cavuto, calling the government shutdown is a “huge mess.”
The House of Representatives passed a bill to give the Federal Aviation Administration the flexibility to end furloughs of air-traffic controllers that have sparked widespread flight delays across the country. The legislation, which cleared the Senate Thursday evening, now goes to President Barack Obama.