U.S. Manufacturing Growth Cooled in July From One-Year High Aug 01, 2016 U.S. manufacturing slowed down from a 2016 leading June, but still grew in July. Trump Proposes Huuuge, Half Trillion Dollar Plan to Save U.S. Infrastructure Aug 10, 2016 Donald Trump says if elected president, he’ll spend more than $500 billion, doubling what his opponent Hillary Clinton would spend, to repair crumbling bridges and other infrastructure. Lockheed F-35 Is Ready for Limited Combat Use Aug 23, 2016 The Air Force's version of the F-35 fighter jet, which takes the term "over budget" to a new stratosphere, could actually be ready for combat if needed. Not All High-Tech Jobs Require Moving to California Aug 04, 2016 In 2015, jobs in advanced industries were double that of other sectors, and it turns out the Midwest or South cities are beating California in high tech job growth. Is your city on the list? Economic Issue Breakdown: Where do Trump and Clinton Stand? Aug 10, 2016 The presidential nominees both promise a lot of economic reform, but which one aligns more with your vision of how to "make America great again"? Customers Could Pay $2.5 Billion for Nukes That Arent Built Regulators are allowing utilities to charge customers billions for nuclear reactors that exist only on paper. U.S. Employment Seen Returning to Normal after Two Quirky Months Aug 05, 2016 First it flopped, then it flipped. Now, economists are looking for U.S. payrolls growth to return in July to its 2016 average. This Time, 3D Printer Makers Think They Found a Sweet Spot 3D printing has long been a cool technology in search of a huge market. The industry may have found one in mass production.