What you need to know about the US government shutdown.

The shutdown has taken a toll on the US economy, but a shutdown in the US is still possible, and a shutdown at the end of this year would be more likely.

The government will continue operating at full capacity through at least January 27, 2019.

Here are some important things you need know about a shutdown.

1.

The United States government will not shut down.

The US will continue to operate as usual, and the shutdown will not affect your everyday lives.

The only thing the government will be unable to do is take your credit cards, buy groceries, or even access some services.

2.

The federal government will still be able to run some functions.

The American people are not going to shut down the government just because the president said so, and there will still still be many services available in the United States.

For example, the US Postal Service, which relies heavily on postal money, will continue posting its mail, but other mail services, such as the internet, may also be slowed down temporarily.

3.

The military will continue running operations.

The Department of Defense will continue its operations, although the shutdown may affect military operations.

4.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will continue flying planes around the country.

The FAA will continue air operations in areas where flights are allowed, but some flights may be temporarily suspended.

5.

There will be some things you can do outside of work.

The Smithsonian National Museum of American History will be closed this week.

Visitors will not be able go to the Smithsonian, and museums in Washington and New York will be shuttered.

The Museum of African American History and Culture will remain open, but visitors are prohibited from visiting.

6.

There is a possibility that you may not be eligible to take part in some services if you are an employee of the federal government.

For instance, some programs that are available for workers may not run if the shutdown ends.

If you are currently an employee, you may be eligible for some services, but it may not take effect until after you return to work.

7.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is still open.

The IRS is still running operations as usual.

However, it is likely that some services will be suspended temporarily.

8.

The U.S. military is still able to fly some missions.

The Navy is currently conducting missions in the Pacific and Southwest Pacific, but military personnel may have to temporarily suspend flights if the government shutdown ends or if they are in an area where flights can be temporarily halted.

9.

The Air Force is still flying some missions and may be able fly some more missions in areas that are affected by the shutdown.

Air Force members flying to the United Kingdom and Ireland are still able fly, but they may have difficulty getting to and from their bases in those countries.

10.

There may be some activities that are temporarily suspended in certain areas.

For some people, the government shut down may take effect after they have returned to work, but for others, the shutdown might not take place for some time.

For this reason, you should consider how you will move about your life during a shutdown and be aware of any temporary restrictions that may be imposed.

How you can help with the shutdown The best thing you can use your time to do this weekend is take the time to contact your congressperson and ask them to hold a public meeting to discuss the shutdown in person.

You can also call the Department of Transportation to see if there are any other activities that you can participate in.

This will help you avoid a shutdown of your own, and you can ask your local businesses to hold sales on the government-funded weekends.

Here’s how you can avoid a federal shutdown.

Get help from a trusted friend.

A friend of yours is more likely to know more about a situation and get you started.

If possible, make sure to meet your friend in person before you go out to meet with your congresspeople.

You may also want to get some tips from a friend in the local newspaper, as there are many local newspapers that have the stories of people who are trying to help people during the shutdown, and are not as forthcoming about what the shutdown means for them.

If your friend is not available to help you, you can find out more about them by calling the Department at 1-877-HOLD.

Find a local crisis center.

Some local crisis centers, including the Red Cross and FEMA, are still operating, but the government is shuttering their offices and shutting down many services.

They are open and will be able be contacted via email or by phone.

If there are no local crisis organizations that can assist you, there are a few things you may want to do to get help.

If the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) shuts down its offices and shuts down services, you will not have access to your social security number.

If that happens, you must also give up your driver’s license. You

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