Much of our old infrastructure is crumbling, slowing down the economy, stalling job creation and making it harder for the United States to compete globally. And the new infrastructure we need isn’t being built nearly fast enough.
A new Energy Department study recommends that the EPA ease rules on coal plants. It also calls for changes to how wholesale electricity is traded and easier permitting for resources such as coal, nuclear and hydropower.
President Donald Trump has called NAFTA the "worst trade deal in the history of the world" and says it has shipped American manufacturing jobs south of the border. In Juarez, that has residents anxious for their future.
Despite past criticisms from President Trump, his administration continues to work within the WTO process. Here's why it is a good thing.
“Rather than putting pressure on the business people of the Manufacturing Council & Strategy & Policy Forum, I am ending both. Thank you all!” Trump said on Twitter.