The casualty list from the government shutdown earlier this month continues to grow for U.S. Antarctic science.
With government cash flowing again, the U.S. Antarctic research program is scrambling to reverse the science shutdown forced into place last week.
Closing the national parks is costing $76 million daily. Should parks be deemed essential and remain open?
Without real-time vigilance by the CDC, the flu season has the potential to be disastrous.
More than 10 years of planning and $10 million of government funding may largely go to waste due to the government shutdown.
For the first time in 17 years, national parks across the United States are again hoisting closed signs during a government shutdown.
The National Science Foundation announced it was canceling the U.S. Antarctic research program for this year because of the government shutdown.
As the federal shutdown enters its second week, scientists worry that the United States program in Antarctica will be a casualty of political wars.
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