Trump: The First Year

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Dow Jones plummets 800 points after bonds flash recession warning

Gregory Rowe works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in this July 30 file photo. An economic alarm bell is sounding in the U.S. and sending warnings of a potential recession.

Valley Dems to Trump: You broke promises

They spoke on the two-year anniversary of the president’s last visit to the area when he urged the crowd, “Don’t sell your house,” and promised the return of the Valley's manufacturing jobs.

Mueller revealed Trump-Russia story in plain view

Donald Trump was in full deflection mode.

GM announces jobs, electric vehicle in Mich. after Trump venom

General Motors plans to add 400 jobs and build a new electric vehicle at a factory north of Detroit.

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Trump reiterates messages to GM, UAW in Canton

Gov. Mike DeWine greets Trump as he arrives at Akron-Canton Airport on Wednesday for a late-evening fundraiser in Canton.

Trump to GM: Reopen Lordstown car plant

The President said the economy is strong, and urged GM to bring a new product to Lordstown.

Trump: No nukes will help North Korea's economy

President Donald Trump hoped for “great things” from his second meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un as he paid a courtesy call today on his Vietnamese hosts.

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Reaction divided by party as Trump urges unity Tuesday night

In this New York Times/Associated Press photo, President Donald Trump shakes hands with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., as he arrives in the House chamber Tuesday night before giving his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress at the Capitol in Washington. Vice President Mike Pence looks on.

UAW president reminds Trump of promise to create manufacturing jobs here

United Auto Workers Local 1112 President Dave Green has sent a second letter to President Donald Trump asking for his help in saving General Motors Lordstown and about U.S. autoworker jobs.

Suppliers for GM brace for massive job losses

By JOHN SEEWER Associated Press The sting from a major restructuring at General Motors and its

GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN | Trump tries to blunt impact; takes heat

Associated Press WASHINGTON The government shutdown is wreaking havoc on many Americans:

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Sen. Rob Portman says he expects government shutdown to end in a few days

The Republican expects the president to declare a national emergency to secure funds for his border wall.

Federal shutdown forces some to work without pay

‘It’s un-American to ask anyone to work and not get paid,’ a prison employee at Elkton said.

President argues for border wall

Democrats accuse Trump of appealing to ‘fear, not facts’.

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Retired autoworkers send letter to President Trump

“A lot of our members believed in what you said,” the local autoworkers told the president.

More than 300 jobs for GM Lordstown workers to apply for

Trump says Ohio will replace lost GM jobs ‘like in two minutes’

Time magazine names 4 journalists, newspaper 2018 Person of the Year

Time magazine on Tuesday recognized journalists, including the slain Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi, as its 2018 Person of the Year in what it said was an effort to emphasize the importance of reporters’ work in an increasingly hostile world.

Elected officials invite Trump to visit GM towns

Ryan joined four other representatives to send a letter inviting him to meet with workers at the soon-to-be idled GM plants and called on him to fulfill campaign promises.

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Ohio congressmen to meet today with GM CEO about Lordstown

"It’s my hope that Mary Barra and I can find a path forward, bring a new product to the Lordstown plant, and keep these jobs in the Mahoning Valley,” U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan said.

Ryan, Brown bring fight for GM Lordstown to the White House

As news of General Motors’ decision to cease production of the Lordstown-built Chevrolet Cruze and idle the Lordstown plant next year continued to ripple throughout the Mahoning Valley, some of the Valley’s elected officials took the fight to save the plant to Washington, D.C.