May 10 2013 Headlines: Obama's focus on manufacturing, U.S.-South Korea summit, and more.
New York Times: President Obama shifted his focus to manufacturing during Thursday's appearances in Texas.
USDA: Obama administration is set to award 25 grants for long-term strategies that will bolster U.S. manufacturing.
Washington Post: According to North Korea, U.S.-South Korea meeting is a preface to war.
Washington Post: The U.S. home construction industry is growing faster than it is able to find qualified workers.
Yahoo!: U.S.-EU trade agreement has potential for important changes within both economies.
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