Tampa International Airport
The federal government isn't paying many of its workers, so others are stepping up, including an airport, nonprofit organizations and chef José Andrés.
The litter that couldn't wait changed one woman's travel plans.
Officials warned the road to recovery would be "long and challenging."
The very idea of an airport layover is often enough to make many business travelers complain. But the groaning can turn into
Mmmm ... gelato at Carrabba's. Blood orange sounds pretty good. Posted by Tampa International Airport on Monday, June 15
The girl's father found the emails and contacted Tampa International Airport police, who arrested Lane when he arrived, according