The government is investing billions to seed an aerospace industry.
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?
$2.3 billion between 2001 and 2014, to be precise.
How a broken four-wheeler led to the launch of a Florida’s PBM Specialties.
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.
And those infrastructure details matter, a lot.
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.
All of the state subsidies it has supplied to its mills haven't helped matters.
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.
Both Clinton and Trump have big plans for fixing America's public underpinnings.