The US federal government went into partial shutdown mode on Saturday after a stopgap spending measure was blocked by the Senate. As the blame game begins over who caused the fiscal fiasco, government agencies including the US Defense Department, FAA, NASA and Department of Homeland Security has begun furloughing nonessential or non-exempt staff and shutting down facilities, including workshops and laboratories. Depending on how long this lapse in appropriations lasts, ...

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