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CANTON, Ohio — The Ohio steel industry, led by a drilling boom in the gas and oil industry and a resuscitated demand for cars and light trucks, is growing again. Steel makers across the state are racing to keep pace with plans to add a total of two million square feet of production space at a cost of $1.5 billion.
An $8.4 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense will allow a Youngstown company to provide science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education to students at 1,000 high schools over the next four years.
March 12: Details Magazine's Jesse Ashlock joins Morning Joe to discuss a Rust Belt renaissance currently happening in the country. Ashlock cites young entrepreneurs who are helping to revive towns like Pittsburgh, Detroit and Cleveland.
Vacant and abandoned homes, the rotting carcasses of the mortgage massacre (formally known as the foreclosure crisis), poison neighborhoods from Cleveland to Corpus Christi.
A petition drive to get conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh banned from Armed Forces Network radio has collected more than 19,300 online signatures in five days, and appears well on the way toward acquiring the 25,000...
"The time in which you are growing up today is completely different than that of your grandparents. When you finish school and begin to look for a job, you will be directly competing with people from India and China," said Cong...