Steel Industry Standoff Could Lead To One Of The Largest Strikes In Years
Steelworkers say they're not benefiting from the industry's rising prices and profits, brought on partly by the Trump administration's tariffs on steel imports.
DJ Sessions: Sacramento Sounds, From Electronic To Indie Rock
California's capital is home to a growing music scene, DJ Nick Brunner tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson.
Listen: N.C. School Superintendent On Florence Damage And When Students Might Return
"We have 44 schools. Nearly all of them had some kind of water damage, from minor to extensive," says Tim Markley, superintendent of New Hanover County Schools.
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American Commutes Are Getting Longer, Census Data Show
The average American commute ticked up to 26.9 minutes in 2017 from 26.6 minutes the year before, according to new data from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey.
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