Still Waters Threaten Economic Tide

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It's eerily quiet at this Long Beach, California port except for a few protesters, as a workers' strike drags on into a second week. The two-sides are willing to sit down with a federal mediator, but the strike is still costing the U.S. economy up to $1 billion a day, according to some estimates. Chris Lytle is executive director of the Port of Long Beach: