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As the government shutdown inches into its fourth week, more TSA agents than ever are calling in sick to work with no sign of a future paycheck.
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A woman was allowed on a plane headed to Japan with a pistol and ammunition earlier this month.
NASA plans to advance its technology security by adding blockchain.
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Guy Franklin of SOSA discusses the lasting effects of the government shutdown.
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The Congregation at Indiana's Shaarey Tefilla Synagogue partners with Indiana State Police to train for an active shooter.
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