The fight over the debt ceiling is over in Washington, but another showdown over government funding is still dividing Congress. Since July 22, the Federal Aviation Administration has been partially shutdown, waiting for Congress to make a decision on its funding. As a result, thousands of F.A.A. workers are being furloughed — and won’t get back to work until after the recess in September.
Who will be affected by the shutdown? The Takeaway's Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich explains why the shutdown matters to consumers, tax payers and F.A.A. workers.