Thursday, July 24, 2014
 
 
by Clip Syndicate
Emboldened by a recent favorable ruling for U.S. steelmakers in a steel pipe trade case, Nucor Corp said on Thursday it was confident the industry was poised for more success in future cases as it works to stem "a tsunami of imported steel." CEO John Ferriola said that after spending time in Washington he is more optimistic that U   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Emboldened by a recent favorable ruling for U.S. steelmakers in a steel pipe trade case, Nucor Corp said on Thursday it was confident the industry was poised for more success in future cases as it works to stem "a tsunami of imported steel." CEO John Ferriola said that after spending time in Washington he is more optimistic that U.S. lawmakers are finally starting to understand how damaging low-priced steel imports are for the U.S. economy and jobs.

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A gunman opened fire inside a hospital psychiatric unit on Thursday, leaving one hospital employee dead and a second injured before being critically wounded himself. District Attorney Jack Whalen said just what led to the shooting was unknown, but the gunman had psychiatric problems. The victim who was killed was described only as a female employee. A doctor suffered a graze wound and was expected to be released from treatment later in the day. The 213-bed teaching hospital in Darby, just southwest of downtown Philadelphia, is part of the Mercy Health System, a large Catholic health care network serving the region.

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A gunman opened fire inside a hospital psychiatric unit on Thursday, leaving one hospital employee dead and a second injured before being critically wounded himself. District Attorney Jack Whalen said just what led to the shooting was unknown, but the gunman had psychiatric problems. The victim who was killed was described only as a female employee. A doctor suffered a graze wound and was expected to be released from treatment later in the day. The 213-bed teaching hospital in Darby, just southwest of downtown Philadelphia, is part of the Mercy Health System, a large Catholic health care network serving the region.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GE’s FirstBuild™ Microfactory, which officially opened today in Louisville, Ky., allows online and local community members to design products and help solve engineering challenges.   [READ MORE]
 
The rapid-fire rocket exchange between Israel and Hamas on Wednesday evening was so bright it could be seen from space. German astronaut Alexander Gerst tweeted two images on Wednesday that he took from more than 200 miles above the Earth, as the International Space Station was flying over Israel and Gaza. The rocket fire and explosions crisscrossing between the two areas appear to be visible in the photos.

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What better way to celebrate a 15-year-old's birthday in July than with a fireworks show? And if the teenager happens to be NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory, the fireworks should be downright cosmic. To celebrate Chandra's deployment from the shuttle Columbia on July 23, 1999, the telescope team is releasing four new pictures of supernova remnants. Paul Hertz, NASA's Astrophysics Division director, said in a news release on Tuesday, "Chandra changed the way we do astronomy.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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