Trade and manufacturing were a big part of the president-elect's message.
No taxes included in his 10-year, $1 trillion proposal, Donald says.
A new report makes the case for investment & the candidates are talking about it. Let's do it right.
Infrastructure investment, workforce development, and worker-friendly trade will benefit everyone.
Trump comes out swinging against trade deals, while Clinton focuses on broader economic messages.
Now it's up to the House to finish the job.
America's drinking water infrastructure needs a serious upgrade.
Buy America provisions will help ensure our water is safe while providing an economic boost.
And those infrastructure details matter, a lot.
The candidate gets a few jabs in at her opponent, too.
Both Clinton and Trump have big plans for fixing America's public underpinnings.
As expected, Trump fired back after Clinton's DNC acceptance speech.
There’s stuff about manufacturing and infrastructure. But what about Buy America?
Both parties should make factory job growth a priority.
Provision strikes language that would have allowed foreign steel to be labeled as Made in America.