And we're not done yet.
Breaking records is normally a good thing, but not when it comes to trade deficits.
What can the head-scratching plot line of the first prequel tell us about the debate over the TPP?
American-made Cord Shoes + Boots emphasizes quality over quantity.
An eclectic mix of advocates will team up to draw attention to a vital issue.
The Japanese Prime Minister visits DC in the middle of a contentious trade debate.
Roughly 98 percent of clothing sold in the U.S. is now made overseas.
Students build robots in Michigan while furthering their STEM education.
The committee voted in favor of leveling the playing field for American manufacturers and workers.
The Wall Street Journal huffs and puffs about currency manipulation concerns.
Infrastructure vulnerability puts American safety and economic advancement in jeopardy.
The U.S. ran a trade deficit of $67.4 billion combined in its top 30 exporting industries in 2013.
A Chinese state-owned enterprise is set to build a factory in Massachusetts.
Trade Promotion Authority legislation includes weak language on currency cheating.