Chicago Flooding, Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion, H7N9 Affects Tourism

Rain Delay at Wrigley
Be careful out there, Chicagoans: A huge swath of overnight storms brought massive sink holes and flooding to the Chicagoland area. Parts of the Edens, Eisenhower, and Kennedy are closed.

There’s no word yet on the cause of a fire that caused a West Texas fertilizer plant to explode, killing between 5-15 and injuring more than 100 people.

The spread of H7N9 will likely affect the business at some of eastern China’s hotels and vacation hot spots for the upcoming May Day holiday.

MetalMiner takes a look at the US strategic minerals and metals supply chain for the US Military and related areas.

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