Trump says China is "killing" American steelworkers; Clinton hits him on his own purchases.
The decline of manufacturing jobs hurt everyone. But Black communities suffered the most.
Please, please, please get to the issues!
The candidates both have track records on job creation policy, and may stray from talking points.
Telling the story of the steel imports crisis, once person at a time.
AAM to weigh in at the MForesight Summit.
Trump comes out swinging against trade deals, while Clinton focuses on broader economic messages.
AAM's own Scott Paul breaks it down.
Contracts aren't exactly airtight, newspaper points out.
Voters in manufacturing-heavy swing states tend to favor non-incumbent candidates.
The retail giant will build a local manufacturing infrastructure. But will the USA be a part of it?
Too many self-serving studies out there, say academics with new research.
Don’t blame the robots for job loss -- industry has always dealt with automation.
The candidate gets a few jabs in at her opponent, too.
Pine Tree State store sells only American-made products — and is planning an online expansion.