Transportation Security Administration security officers check passengers through security at the Pittsburgh International Airport on Thursday in Pittsburgh. As the government shutdown continues, TSA staff work without pay. (Pam Panchak/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP)

Transportation Security Administration security officers check passengers through security at the Pittsburgh International Airport on Thursday in Pittsburgh. As the government shutdown continues, TSA staff work without pay. (Pam Panchak/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP)

Airports seeing rise in security screeners calling off work

TSR Employees are expected to work without pay during the government shutdown.

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