That's all I can say. This may be the first time anything to do with radio has made me ruin my vocabulary in public.
As our headline indicates, the proposed FY 2019 budget for the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology includes the elimination of WWV and WWVH:
-$6.3 million supporting fundamental measurement dissemination, including the shutdown of NIST radio stations in Colorado and HawaiiIt's time to flood NIST with letters. This would be a fundamental loss to anyone using a radio in North America. WWVB is great for clocks, but it's outside the coverage of most HF radios, and also its signal does not cover the entire hemisphere.
This comes from The SWLing Post, via the ARRL Letter.