Aimed At China, Trump's Tariffs Are Hitting Closer To HomePresident Donald Trump's escalating dispute with China over trade and technology is threatening jobs and profits in working-class communities where his "America First" agenda hit home.
Trump's Possible China Tariffs Bring Protests In USEarly indications from the White House have officials braced for tariffs across a wide variety of consumer goods, from clothing to electronics, and even on imported parts for products made in the U.S.
US Trading Partners, Businesses Say Trump's Tariffs Will BackfireThe Trump administration's decision to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel imports has dismayed trading partners and industries across the globe.
'Super Wood' Could Replace Steel, Engineers Say"This new way to treat wood makes it 12 times stronger than natural wood and 10 times tougher," the University of Maryland's Liangbing Hu said in a press release.
Starbucks Recalls Steel Straws After Cuts ReportedStarbucks is recalling stainless steel straws that it sold in its stores and online after three reports of children suffering "mouth lacerations" while using them. Starbucks said that children should not use the straws.
Construction Worker Impaled By Rebar SurvivesA 29-year-old subcontractor was impaled and rushed to Parkland’s emergency room after falling onto rebar at a Dallas construction site.
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Steel Plant Builds Dallas Bridge ArchesA steel plant is building two giant arches that will tower nearly 300 feet over a Dallas river. The arches are part of the new Margaret McDermott Bridge over the Trinity River.
Pipeline Giant Tenaris To Build $1.3B Texas PlantInternational energy pipeline giant Tenaris SA said Friday it plans to build a $1.3 billion Gulf Coast manufacturing facility that will bring 600 jobs and better supplying operations to Texas' oil- and natural gas-rich Eagle Shale region.
Mock Airbus A380 Jetliner Built For DFW Fire Training An structure in the City of Melissa is getting a lot of strange looks from residents. Steel workers in the Collin County city are putting the finishing touches on...well, there's a lot of speculation on what it is.