The Internal Revenue Service has closed its doors, albeit for just one day, as part of the federal government's post-sequester efforts to save money. The Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Office of Management and Budget will also be closed today, leaving 115,000 federal workers on unpaid vacation. The move is the largest governmental closure since the shutdowns of the 1990s.

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