A few days ago the Department of Energy announced that Fermilab will be shut down in December. The New York Times ran a story on it here, as well as an editorial.
As I've mentioned before, as a physics grad student I spent a couple years at Fermilab working on software at the D0 detector as well as testing new calorimeters for the now-defunct SSC. It was a fun, frustrating, exciting experience. It's a sad day for American science as well as physics in general when such a premier lab has to be shuttered.
I wish everyone still at Fermilab luck wherever their future takes them.