The ripple effect of the shutdown is noticeable. Federal courts say, they'll start running out of money if the shutdown continues much longer.
 Tuesday, the internal revenue service demanded 36,000 employees to come back to work, without pay, in order to process tax refunds.
 The Food and Drug Administration says, nearly half of its staff is furloughed and some foods are not being inspected as a result.
 Snap, or food stamps, will likely have to be curtailed some time after February. The National Transportation Safety Board says, it has to halt investigating fatal accidents for now. Overall, about 800,000 government workers haven't been paid since the shutdown.