Minimum Wage News
Colombia rebels trade combat for cameras with new TV network
Nearly a year after the signing of Colombia's peace accord, a media network launched by former guerrillas is aiming to become a major news outlet
The Latest: States investigate Uber over massive data breach
More U.S. states say they're investigating Uber over the ride-hailing company's massive data breach
Mexico rights agency says minimum wage is still too low
Mexico's National Human Rights Commission says the country's 45-cent increase to the country's daily minimum wage is worrisome, because it still isn't enough to meet the basic needs of a single worker or a family
The Latest: Law firm says Uber faces legal claims over hack
A British law firm says Uber could face legal claims after a data breach that saw hackers steal the personal information of some 57 million people around the world
Workers who depict Pilgrims seek better pay, job security
Unionized workers at the living history museum that depicts Pilgrim and Wampanoag life in 1620 seek job security, better pay
Cory Booker believes Phil Murphy is the right fit in New Jersey
The New Jersey senator shares what the newly elected New Jersey governor can bring to the state.
Are men in Hollywood staying silent about the Harvey Weinstein scandal?
So, now yesterday, you know, we talked a little bit about what was happening with Harvey Weinstein, but Hollywood seems to be coming out in force against Harvey wine sfien. As far as like George Clooney, Jennifer Lawrence, Olivia wilde are slamming him and claiming that he got a-list help in the
HBO's Sheila Nevins discusses how she conquered the world of documentary film
As the president of HBO Documentary Films, Sheila Nevins has always been interested in one person stories. “When you look at the great documentaries, they focus on one person. It’s one person’s struggle and you say ‘hey, you know, I’m not so different from that person,’” Nevins said. On an episode
Gaspard: Pelosi, Schumer 'playing a weak hand exceedingly well'
��� It was a discussion. Not a negotiation of agreement. We do not have control of our borders. We need border security and enforcement as part of any agreement. Speaker Ryan not all that comfortable after president trump's dinner with the Democrats. What happened? What did not happen? Jon Karl,
Dowd: People won't tolerate DC dysfunction after Harvey
President trump there on the second leg of his tour of the region hit by Harvey. After leaving Houston, he headed 150 miles east on Lake Charles, Louisiana, where he greeted flood victims and thanked volunteers and first responders. Here to discuss the president's visit and all the week's news. ABC