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Surge in Steel Imports Puts 35,300 Pennsylvania Jobs at Risk

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, steelmakers around the globe, backed by aggressive government support, have targeted the large and open U.S. market to offload excess supply. The resulting surge of unfairly dumped and subsidized imports poses a serious threat to domestic steel producers and the half million jobs they support, says a new report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) and the Law Offices of Stewart and Stewart.

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New Report: Surge in Steel Imports Puts More Than Half a Million Jobs at Risk

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, steelmakers around the globe, backed by aggressive government support, have targeted the large and open U.S. market to offload excess supply. The resulting surge of unfairly dumped and subsidized imports poses a serious threat to domestic steel producers and the half million jobs they support, says a new report co-authored by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) and the Law Offices of Stewart and Stewart.

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Diagnosing Alzheimer's: New Blood Test Suggests Possible Breakthrough

Boston--A new blood test that has the potential to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease in an individual and significantly advances drug testing and research on the disease, has been developed through grant funding by the Cure Alzheimer's Fund.

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D.C. Area Men Honor Those Who Died in Titanic Disaster

To honor one of the great acts of chivalry in world history, members of the Men’s Titanic Society gather together each year to commemorate the brave men who gave their lives willingly so that women and children might be saved in the tragic sinking of the great ship.


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