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.
The Donald talks up some manufacturing issues — mostly trade — and goes after Hillary Clinton.
With only a few months to go, President Obama's goal of 1 million factory jobs will not end well.
Looks like the Democratic presidential candidate won’t be letting up on the issue anytime soon.
As expected, Trump fired back after Clinton's DNC acceptance speech.
Clinton says Trump "talks a big game" but puts his own interests first.
The top Clinton campaign adviser also calls out Donald Trump.
A webcast of AAM's town hall conversation from Philadelphia.
The spotlight is shifting to the presumptive presidential candidate ahead of the DNC next week.
The Donald doesn’t hold back on the tough trade talk, and targets his presidential opponent.
First we talk manufacturing policy with the RNC. Then with the DNC.
The theme is “Make America Work Again.” Trade is likely one thing that will be discussed.
RNC attendees would be wise to take a look around during their visit.