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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden will be trying to connect with blue-collar workers Wednesday when he travels to a truck factory in Pennsylvania to advocate for government investments and clean energy as ways to strengthen U.S. manufacturing.

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Emergency crews construct a box to help protect a man as they work to rescue him from a silo filled with sugar at the Western Sugar Co-Op on t…

As you already have seen in my past three columns, I have started a series with “red” and “valentines” as my themes. It also holds true with t…

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After beginning the year grappling with exasperating delays in their supply chains, the personal computer industry found itself scrambling to keep up with surging demand for machines that became indispensable during a pandemic that kept millions of workers and students at home.

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TRUMP: "We brought in tremendous numbers of companies ... I said to Prime Minister Abe, a great, great gentleman who retired ... 'Shinzo, you got to open some factories in Michigan ... You're selling too many cars made in Japan, you got to make them in the U.S.' He'd say 'Well, I don't do that ... this is done by the private sector ...' I said, 'You have to do it.' The next day, they announced five companies were opening up factories." — New Hampshire rally.

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TRUMP: “The manufacturing sector is booming and the production index is at the highest reading since October of ’18, which was an extraordinary period of time.” — news conference Wednesday.


Because it happens to be Father’s Day, I thought I should write on something rather manly for the occasion. First, I wish every father has a b…

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