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Possible research might have included studying Adele penguins.

The Shutdown Has Halted These Scientific Research Projects

In addition to NIH clinical trials, Antarctica research, paleontology projects and disease tracking are on hold.

A Global Entry Trusted Traveler Network kiosk awaits arriving international passengers in Los Angeles in 2010.

Jetsetters Get in the Express Lane at Airports During Shutdown

Fee-backed Global Entry program is still accepting new members for expedited screening.

4 Elements That Promote Effective Coordination

Broad lessons on coordination from rebuilding Afghanistan.

Leadership in an Age of Righteousness

Leadership lessons from the shutdown.

What to Do When the S**t Hits the Fan

3 ways to deal with an excrement covered fan.

After the Retirement Wave Crests, Who’s Left?

Why succession planning is more important than ever.

Chief Financial Officers Lament Decline in Government Services

Survey shows clash of diminished resources and expanded reporting requirements.

Shutdown Takes Toll in Canceled Meetings, Events and Reports

Recovery after shutdown will be 'like disaster relief after a hurricane,' observer says.

Obama: 'We Can't Make Extortion Routine As Part of Our Democracy'

At a Tuesday press conference, the president hit on the GOP debt-ceiling and shutdown strategy.

The Shutdown Will Slowly Reduce Our Weather Preparedness

Resources are still working, but all maintenance on them has halted.

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