The chattering class has been itching for a trade war. The steel tariffs aren't it.
And the president has some bipartisan support on Capitol Hill.
It's all coming down to this.
The Donald has until mid-April to announce action.
When Kate Williamson set out to make the perfect sock, she looked to her hometown's mills.
"People are losing their homes. They are losing hope," Rivera says.
Not immigrants or food stamps, but a flood of cheap imports.
Furnace Record Pressing's facility in Northern Virginia will create 40 jobs.
Jim Johnston: Trump has all the 232 info he needs, "now he needs to act on it."
The public now has the findings, but it's up to the president to act.
The magazine provides an on-the-ground report from Pennsylvania steel country.
Whatever the president decides to do about steel imports will deeply effect Granite City, Ill.
President speaks with resolve, but Section 232 investigations drag on.
Whatever happened to Buy America?
If duties are lifted, plaintiffs say no chance domestic industry will recover and grow.