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Trump was supposed to be talking about trade, but instead seemed stuck on the universal criticism of his Russia summit.
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The president told Scott Sauritch his father would be very proud of him for speaking out about about protecting union workers.
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The billionaire sold before shares of crane manufacturer Manitowoc Co. plunged on Trump's tariff plan.
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China and other countries continue to violate and circumvent the rules.
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Republicans are already legislating against Donald Trump's promises to buy American steel and protect U.S. coal miners, Democrats say, pointing to two new GOP moves that cut against Trump.
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Trump has had countless chances to put his money where his mouth is. Yet he hasn't.
Culture & Arts
She calls it a "collaboration between my family and myself [that] blurs the line between self-portraiture and social documentary
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Morale appears to remain high despite recent changes in the industry.
Business
China makes way, way too much steel. In 2015, it produced nearly 500 million tons more than it needed. Production of that steel was subsidized by the Chinese government in ways that violate international trade rules, so the price was artificially low. And China suppresses the value of its currency, further falsely reducing the cost of the steel.
Politics
It's lights out in Lorain on March 31. The town's steel mill, site of a new electric arc furnace and $120 million investment, had given 1,200 Ohioans good middle-class jobs this time last year. But by April, a relentless avalanche of underpriced Chinese steel will have shoved all but a few of those workers into the street.
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In keeping with the figgy-pudding and potato latke traditions of the holidays, here's a recipe for delivering joy to workers so that they can spread holiday merriment.
Business
More than two million net new jobs have been created this year in America, a not too shabby number. Not a single one of them, though, is in manufacturing. That's terrible news, not only for people who want to work in factories, but for the wider economy.
Weird News
Watch him twist metal like a pretzel.
Politics
The problem is so persistent for other steel-manufacturing nations that earlier this year, the European Union imposed anti
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Maybe, just maybe, there’s a light at the end of this smog-filled tunnel. Two years after the Chinese government declared
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“Whatever structural changes there are will have to happen slowly,” said Lin Boqiang, director of the China Center for Energy
Business
Only a generation ago, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania had a steel mill employing tens of thousands of people at good wages. The typical casino worker today in Bethlehem makes $10-12 an hour. Many are part-time.