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TSA to give some work­ers a day’s pay, hol­i­day bonus

Trans­porta­tion Se­cu­rity Ad­min­is­tra­tion work­ers who staffed check­points on Dec. 22 will be paid, de­spite the fed­eral shut­down that be­gan the pre­vi­ous day, and they also will re­ceive a $500 bonus for work­ing dur­ing the busy Christ­mas sea­son.

The pay­ment for work on that Satur­day and the bonus money are an ef­fort by TSA Ad­min­is­tra­tor David Pekoske to soften the blow to his work­ers and en­cour­age them to re­main on the job af­ter they missed their first pay­check on Fri­day.

The bonus and an es­ti­mated $150 to $200 in Satur­day pay should be re­ceived by TSA work­ers early this week. for the Catholic hi­er­ar­chy be­cause it was ap­par­ently an open se­cret that Mccar­rick slept with adult sem­i­nar­i­ans. Grein’s tes­ti­mony, how­ever, in­cludes al­le­ga­tions that Mccar­rick, a for­mer fam­ily friend, also groomed and abused him start­ing when he was 11. re­ported that court doc­u­ments show Lim­baugh was con­victed in a bat­tery case last fall, and he agreed in Novem­ber to sur­ren­der the ri­fle. The case stemmed from Lim­baugh’s ar­rest in Septem­ber for attck­ing some­one at Cache Creek Casino, Yolo County Sher­iff’s Sgt. Matthew Davis said.

Au­thor­i­ties have not de­ter­mined where Lim­baugh ob­tained the two semi­au­to­matic hand­guns he was be­lieved to have used in the Thurs­day night attack that killed Of­fi­cer Natalie Corona, 22, in Davis.


Ger­man troops, po­lice of­fi­cers and mem­bers of a moun­tain res­cue ser­vice clear a snow-cov­ered roof in Wol­frat­shausen, Ger­many, on Satur­day. Heavy snow has pounded cen­tral Europe; more than 20 weather-re­lated deaths have been re­ported on the con­ti­nent in the past 11 days.

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