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The US federal government, including science agencies, prepare for a possible shutdown if a stopgap spending bill isn't passed by tonight.
A continuing resolution keeps the US government funded, but gives uncertainty to science agencies's budgets, ScienceInsider says.
The Washington Post reports that US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials have been told to avoid certain terms.
The New York Times writes that US lawmakers have rejected President Trump's proposal to cut NIH funding.
Lawmakers approve a flat budget for the US National Science Foundation, but suggest how to spend it, ScienceInsider reports.
A House bill would increase the US National Institutes of Health budget by 3 percent, but prohibit it from funding research that uses fetal tissue.
An opinion piece appearing at Stat News wonders why a budget cut is being sought for the National Institutes of Health.
Even with proposed cuts unlikely to materialize, the Atlantic's Ed Yong writes that the specter of them is still felt.
The Trump administration budget proposal includes a $6 billion cut to the National Institutes of Health budget.
At the Atlantic, Ed Yong reports that the Trump Administration is considering capping NIH's indirect cost payments at 10 percent.
The editorial board of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says other lawmakers should take Florida's approach and provide additional protections against genetic discrimination.
The Hill reports 17 states and the District of Columbia are suing over a new policy that would strip international students of their visas if they only attend classes online.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention employees call on the agency to label racism a public health crisis and examine its own policies, NPR reports.
In PNAS this week: genetic evidence for Inca resettlement, analysis of spermatogonial stem cell transcriptomes, and more.