Here are two veteran-owned Made in America companies to keep in mind, especially this Veterans Day.
Investment in America’s only standalone textile college safeguards American textile manufacturing.
Company and union work together to bring the pickup's assembly back to the U.S.
Not only do factories provide better-paying jobs, they lift up entire communities.
After a career in astrophysics and investment banking, Alice Globus took over her family business.
Grandma Lucy's freeze-dried meals always come with quality ingredients — and are Made in America.
Senators want the agency to fully enforce labeling standards, including with fines.
It’s time for the agency to start imposing tougher penalties.
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Nolan Ryan is among the fans of the Texas-based baseball brand.
Dozens of families have regained their independence through the nonprofit.
Best known for its hoodies, the company is now offering men’s denim.
Third generation luthier Manuel Delgado is keeping his family's legacy alive.
The company's outdoor tables keep your belongings clean and dry in the sand and sun.
Workers in Massachusetts and North Carolina transform T-shirts into treasures.
Sen. Sherrod Brown’s legislation also seeks to remove a tax incentive for offshoring auto jobs.