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From Federal Worker to Uber Driver: Odd Jobs to Make Ends Meet in the Shutdown

From Federal Worker to Uber Driver: Odd Jobs to Make Ends Meet in the Shutdown

Angela Kelley, a furloughed federal worker, has become an Uber driver to support herself and her granddaughter. On a good day, she brings in $50.
From Federal Worker to Uber Driver: Odd Jobs to Make Ends Meet in the Shutdown

From Federal Worker to Uber Driver: Odd Jobs to Make Ends Meet in the Shutdown

Angela Kelley, a furloughed federal worker, has become an Uber driver to support herself and her granddaughter. On a good day, she brings in $50.

‘Get Us Our Paycheck’: Federal Employees Struggling Without Pay

An estimated 800,000 federal employees haven’t been paid since the government shutdown began. Those working for the I.R.S. and other agencies are being ordered to return to work during the shutdown.

‘Get Us Our Paycheck’: Federal Employees Struggling Without Pay

An estimated 800,000 federal employees haven’t been paid since the government shutdown began. Those working for the I.R.S. and other agencies are being ordered to return to work during the shutdown.
Government Shutdown Forces Airports to Rely on Backup Security Screeners

Government Shutdown Forces Airports to Rely on Backup Security Screeners

Transportation Security Administration workers at La Guardia Airport on Tuesday.
Divisions Over Trump Complicate Unions’ Response to Government Shutdown

Divisions Over Trump Complicate Unions’ Response to Government Shutdown

Internal Revenue Service workers protesting the government shutdown on Friday in Chicago. Lacking the right to strike, unions for federal employees must find other ways to exert influence.
Divisions Over Trump Complicate Unions’ Response to Government Shutdown

Divisions Over Trump Complicate Unions’ Response to Government Shutdown

Internal Revenue Service workers protesting the government shutdown on Friday in Chicago. Lacking the right to strike, unions for federal employees must find other ways to exert influence.
Airlines, Too, Are Hit When Government Workers Are Grounded

Airlines, Too, Are Hit When Government Workers Are Grounded

A flight leaving Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Va. The government shutdown is affecting airlines’ bottom lines, with American Airlines losing the most revenue so far.
‘We Didn’t Get Ph.D.s Just to Sit Around’: Civil Servants’ Good Will Erodes

‘We Didn’t Get Ph.D.s Just to Sit Around’: Civil Servants’ Good Will Erodes

A demonstration last week outside NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., which is closed because of the government shutdown.
‘We Didn’t Get Ph.D.s Just to Sit Around’: Civil Servants’ Good Will Erodes

‘We Didn’t Get Ph.D.s Just to Sit Around’: Civil Servants’ Good Will Erodes

A demonstration last week outside NASA’s Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., which is closed because of the government shutdown.
Another Loan? Furloughed Employees Balk at Wilbur Ross’s Suggestion

Another Loan? Furloughed Employees Balk at Wilbur Ross’s Suggestion

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross speaking to President Trump at the inaugural meeting of the National Council for the American Worker last year.
Another Loan? Furloughed Employees Balk at Wilbur Ross’s Suggestion

Another Loan? Furloughed Employees Balk at Wilbur Ross’s Suggestion

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross speaking to President Trump at the inaugural meeting of the National Council for the American Worker last year.
Who Needs a Paycheck Anyway?

Who Needs a Paycheck Anyway?

Wilbur Ross, right, and Larry Kudlow, left, at the White House in October. Their recent comments have shown little sympathy for those affected by the shutdown.
The Wilbur Ross Debacle

The Wilbur Ross Debacle

Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, in his Washington office last October.
On Washington: With Pain Still Fresh, Lawmakers Make Push to Outlaw Shutdowns

On Washington: With Pain Still Fresh, Lawmakers Make Push to Outlaw Shutdowns

Reporters followed Senator Joe Manchin III, Democrat of West Virginia, on Thursday after two measures to reopen the government failed in the Senate.
On Washington: With Pain Still Fresh, Lawmakers Make Push to Outlaw Shutdowns

On Washington: With Pain Still Fresh, Lawmakers Make Push to Outlaw Shutdowns

Reporters followed Senator Joe Manchin III, Democrat of West Virginia, on Thursday after two measures to reopen the government failed in the Senate.
Government Reopens as Trump Casts Doubt on Prospects for a Border Wall Deal

Government Reopens as Trump Casts Doubt on Prospects for a Border Wall Deal

Commuters at the Federal Triangle Metro station in Washington on Monday, when hundreds of thousands of federal employees returned to work after the longest government shutdown in United States
Government Reopens as Trump Casts Doubt on Prospects for a Border Wall Deal

Government Reopens as Trump Casts Doubt on Prospects for a Border Wall Deal

Commuters at the Federal Triangle Metro station in Washington on Monday, when hundreds of thousands of federal employees returned to work after the longest government shutdown in United States
Stanley Hill, 82, Dies; Led New York City’s Biggest Public Union

Stanley Hill, 82, Dies; Led New York City’s Biggest Public Union

Stanley Hill in 1991. “Hill was a pioneer as an African-American leading a major, powerful New York institution and one of the leading African-Americans in the labor movement,” a historian said.
U.S. Job Gains Show Employers Shrugged Off Government Shutdown

U.S. Job Gains Show Employers Shrugged Off Government Shutdown

A Transportation Security Administration worker at La Guardia Airport in New York during the partial government shutdown. The job gains in January indicated that private-sector employers shrugged off