The Global Iron Ore Crisis: What's Next in Four Charts

Since the initial incident in Brazil in late January, the top producer has announced supply cuts of as much as 70 million tons, although it’s said it will try to offset some lost production. The mainland has a very substantial ore-mining industry, but production has been hurt in recent years as the content is lower-grade and higher-cost than foreign supplies, and Chinese producers have been the target of a strict environmental clampdown.

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The Global Iron Ore Crisis: What's Next in Four Charts

Five takeaways from Trump's El Paso rally on border wall, shutdown talks

President Trump held his first rally of the year Monday, using the backdrop of El Paso, Texas, to make a case for his controversial border wall.

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Five takeaways from Trump's El Paso rally on border wall, shutdown talks

E-cigarette use 'skyrocketing' among young Americans: report

The number of young Americans using e-cigarettes grew by 1.5 million in 2018, undermining years of progress in reducing youth smoking, health authorities said Monday. Some 3.6 million middle and high school students were current users of vaping products, up from 2.1 million the year before, according to the report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC said the number of current cigarette smokers and consumers of other tobacco products in middle and high school remained roughly stable from 2017 to 2018.

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E-cigarette use 'skyrocketing' among young Americans: report