The move is a big win for Bernie Sanders.
Grassroots efforts pushing minimum wage progress
Obama said the move is the biggest step he can take through executive action to raise wages.
Hillary Clinton won’t bow to many demands, according to her supporters.
Sanders seized on the comment given her past support of a $12 federal minimum wage.
His response on the minimum wage question was much-ignored, but bewildering.
Clinton announced her position at a campaign stop in Iowa.
He joins Ben Carson and Rick Santorum as the only GOP presidential candidates in favor.
The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the Labor Department's action.
The 2016 contender has made income inequality a centerpiece of his campaign.
The president has turned to states and cities to advance policies to address income inequality.
The bill follows reporters of noncompete contracts at Jimmy John's, a sandwich chain.
The increases are to adjust for inflation.
The prospect of Sanders pushing Clinton even further to the left is a cause for concern.
“I'm looking at that, I'm very different from most Republicans,” he said.
The debate between Clinton and Sanders was fiery from beginning to end.
Lawmakers and labor unions have reportedly struck a deal to up the minimum wage.
Retailers are striking back against union-backed ads attacking the industry.
Fifty-nine percent back Gov. Cuomo's push to raise the state minimum wage.
A deeper look reveals a much more complicated history than his bombastic pronouncements.
She endorsed New York's state minimum wage increase but avoided a specific national number.
O'Malley joins Sanders in backing a $15 minimum wage.
“We need you out there leading the fight," she told an SEIU convention.
The New York governor announced that he will handpick a state board responsible for raising the...