Another year, another questionable infographic from the world's largest retailer!
Commission finds corrosion-resistant steel from China, Korea and elsewhere sold here unfairly.
About 40 percent of the Oscar winner’s Draper James line is made in the United States.
Both parties should make factory job growth a priority.
And another ruling is coming this week.
Study stands in contrast to a falling unemployment rate.
The president announces the ninth center for manufacturing research created by his administration.
Opening and closing ceremony outfits will be American-made, but most competition uniforms won't be.
But will those words be backed up with action?
The definitive list from American University is back.
Provision strikes language that would have allowed foreign steel to be labeled as Made in America.
Displaced workers would benefit even more from better U.S. trade policy.
In an editorial, the newspaper says the Obama administration should get tough on China.
The ten-dollar Founding Father without a father is the father of American manufacturing.
Furniture manufacturer John Bassett III is out with a new book — and you can ask him about it.