Four days into the US government shutdown, reporters near and far are tracking its ripples, from Kentucky's meat counters to European cemeteries. Today's Global Scan looks at the impacts, a plague of hornets and robotic cats. Big cats.
Many around the world have mocked the inability of US government officials to cooperate and end the government shutdown. Those who aren't laughing include people from around the world whose visits to US national parks have been ruined.
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