US Steel News
State department issues presidential permit for Keystone pipeline
The White House announced today it has signed off on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, authorizing the Canadian company behind the project to begin construction. According to a press release from the Department of State, a presidential permit was issued to TransCanada Corp., authorizing the energy firm
Trump orders probe into whether steel imports harming US
President Donald Trump is telling the Commerce Department to expedite an investigation into whether steel imports are jeopardizing U.S. national security
Indiana utility reopens water plant following US Steel spill
An Indiana utility that stopped using Lake Michigan water last week because of a U.S. Steel Corp. chemical spill has resumed drawing water from the lake after no significant traces of the chemical were found
Beaches reopened at Indiana Dunes Lakeshore following spill
The National Park Service has reopened three beaches at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore after tests showed no significant traces of a potentially carcinogenic chemical from a U.S. Steel Corp. wastewater spill
Keystone pipeline won't have to use American steel, despite Trump's repeated promises
The Keystone XL pipeline will not be bound by the Donald Trump 's Jan. 24 memo requiring new and retrofitted pipelines to use American steel, the White House said today -- and apparently contradicting promises made by the president. "The way that executive order is written … it’s specific to new
Sean Spicer Briefs White House Press Corps
The White House press secretary for President Trump held his first press briefing answering questions.
Stocks in Sectors Challenged Under Obama Rally After Trump Election Upset
While the reaction of the markets to Donald Trump 's surprise election win caused some alarm, this morning some industries have rallied around the news. With stock futures plunging last night, commentators were drawing comparisons to sell-offs last seen amid the financial crisis of 2008. But this
Wall of Taco Trucks Greets Trump in Vegas Ahead of Final Presidential Debate
ABC News' Charli James is at a protest by the culinary workers union in Las Vegas ahead of the third presidential debate, where taco trucks have lined up in solidarity with the protestors.
Smithsonian Exhibits Personal Items of Artists Jackson Pollock and Frida Kahlo
ABC News' Serena Marshall takes us behind the scenes at the Smithsonian Institution.