Earmarks — money members of Congress request for projects back home — could make it easier for lawmakers to get on board.
The administration is calling it transformational spending. Republicans say it’s too much spending.
The move's all about attracting talent — a lot of it.
There are 81 no-frills train routes left over from the Mao era to service far-flung areas. Who rides them?
President Biden's plan calls for fixing 20,000 miles of roads and 10,000 bridges. But which are most in need?
Infrastructure adds to gross domestic product, but interest rates can take away from it.
The modernization plan could expand port capacity and create jobs along the supply chain.
Charging availability has increased in many places, but still varies widely.
Former Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says the U.S. needs to mobilize around infrastructure at home and abroad.
Making the technological revolution more accessible, building a sustainable future and creating more jobs and a healthier populace while doing it.