VALPARAISO | When you are a stranger in a strange land, it's good to have someone to help you acclimate to your new surroundings and culture, and sometimes a turkey dinner with all the fixings is a part of that.
With Thanksgiving fresh on our minds, this seems the perfect time to discuss immigration and related issues.
INDIANAPOLIS | Purdue University continues to have the second-most international students among U.S. public universities, and is closing the gap on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Current tariffs prevent China, India and other countries from dumping hot-rolled steel in the United States, and a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators hope to keep it that way.
Pork market sizzles
The United States may have averted a debt default, and ended the federal government shutdown, but costly political reverberations continue. The experience of Democratic and Republican leaders frozen in unmoving partisan positions has been unnerving, abroad and at home.
After the government shutdown and debt-ceiling circus, it seems like the U.S. government is doing everything it can to diminish the stature of our dollar.
HOBART | In recent years, local steelmakers have made major investments in automated systems that scan the metal's surface for any flaws, to better meet the increasingly exacting standards of automakers and other customers.
HAMMOND | Manufacturers can pay factory workers pennies a day in Vietnam, China and other countries, and U.S. companies have often found it tough to compete with such rock-bottom labor costs.
Katie Gerstner has proven that studying even the smallest of creatures can yield big results.
A few days have passed since Richie Daley lit a fire under Northwest Indiana’s community leaders.
When a Purdue assistant prof compares the Asian carp invasion to Jurassic Park and says, "Frankly, they scare me," that tells me we either have a major problem on our hands or he's an ichthyophobic nerd.
Just over one week ago, President Barack Obama addressed our nation regarding the ongoing conflict in Syria. He urged us, and arguably the world, to support a strike against the Syrian government. That’s all fine and dandy, but when did this become our fight?
Car parts, steel coils and other products Hoosiers make every day travel all across the globe.
The Korean War was unlike any the United States had fought before, in part because it technically wasn't a war.
"I speak … in a spirit of hope," said President John F. Kennedy, beginning a policy address to the nation on July 26, 1963. He went on to describe a major breakthrough in the Cold War. The new Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty with the Soviet Union would prohibit nuclear explosions in the atmosphere.
Soft demand and overcapacity issues have been nagging the steel industry, Berlin Metals president Roy Berlin said.
VALPARAISO | The city has signed an agreement to enter into "friendly relations" with the Nanhu District of Jiaxing City in the Zhejian province of China.
VALPARAISO | Earlier this month the City of Valparaiso helped host a visit from a delegation of Chinese leaders from the Nanhu District of Jiaxing Municipality, Zhejian Province. A highlight of the visit was the signing of an agreement between Valparaiso and the Nanhu District to establish f…
INDIANAPOLIS | Former Gov. Mitch Daniels is returning to China Saturday for a one week partnership-building trip on behalf of his new employer, Purdue University.
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