PITTSBURGH - United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) today announced three key strategic actions that support its transformation: the decision by U. S. Steel to not proceed with an expansion at its iron ore pellet operations in Keewatin, Minn.; the decision by U. S. Steel to forgo further development and construction of the carbon alloy facilities at Gary Works in Gary, Ind.; and the unanimous decision by the board of directors of its Canadian subsidiary, U. S. Steel Canada Inc., to apply for relief for U. S. Steel Canada, Inc. from its creditors pursuant to Canada's Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA).
INVER GROVE HEIGHTS - It was a happy day for family members of the 140 soldiers in the Minnesota National Guard's Chisholm–based 114th Transportation Company.
MINNEAPOLIS - The family of an Englishman who committed suicide after getting online advice from an ex-nurse in Minnesota is welcoming his conviction for violating a state law against assisting suicide.
DULUTH - Congressman Rick Nolan publicly urged President Obama Friday in Duluth to keep American troops out of the war in Syria.
NEW HOPE, Minn. (AP) _ A U.S. official says an American man believed to have been killed in Syria was there to fight alongside an extremist militant group, most likely the Islamic State.
Investigators were aware that Douglas McAuthur McCain was in the country to fight with militants.
WASHINGTON DC - The International Trade Commission has voted to impose penalties on Korean Companies Dumping Steel Products Into the U.S.
Aid flows into western Africa from all over the world in an attempt to curb the outbreak of Ebola.
DULUTH - A Duluth school teacher with a Liberian connection is taking a stand to help family members fight the Ebola virus.
DULUTH – August 6th marked the anniversary of a tragic WWII bombing.
The world is filled with digits.
Phone numbers, passwords: all are important.