Minimum Wage News
Domino's Pizza Exploited Outdated Computer System to Cheat Workers, Lawsuit Alleges
Domino's Pizza, the nation's largest pizza delivery chain, is being accused of exploiting an outdated computer system to commit "rampant wage violations" in a $565,000 lawsuit filed by the New York State Attorney General. The move expands upon the New York State government's aggressive efforts
Lawsuit Accuses Domino's Pizza of 'Rampant Wage Violations'
New York's attorney general has sued Domino's Pizza Inc. and three franchisees, alleging they underpaid workers based on payroll reports generated by the parent company's computer system
Clinton: Trump Could 'Bankrupt America' Like His Companies
Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump's economic policies would lead to lower wages, fewer jobs and more debt _ warning unionized workers that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee could "bankrupt America like he's bankrupted his companies."
Before Island's Primary, Sanders Criticizes Puerto Rico Plan
Two weeks before Puerto Rico's primary, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says a deal between House leaders and the Obama administration to help the island out of debt has colonialist overtones
‘This Week’ Transcript: Sen. Bernie Sanders
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' ON May 22, 2016 and it will be updated. ABC THIS WEEK UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Starting right now on THIS WEEK with George Stephanopoulos , Locked and loaded (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) DONALD TRUMP (R), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: "crooked Hillary Clinton " is the most
Sanders Delegates Brace for Philadelphia Convention Fight
Bernie Sanders' delegates to the Democratic National Convention are approaching the gathering with raw nerves and high suspicions that he won't be treated fairly by the party establishment he's railed against from the start
Vin Diesel, Chanel spark cultural backlash in Cuba HAVANA (AP) — "Fast and Furious." U.S. cruise ships. A star-studded private celebration of Chanel. The triple tsunami of global capitalism that pounded socialist Cuba this month has spawned a fierce debate about the downside of detente with the
Relief and Anger in Puerto Rico as Congress Acts on Debt
The U.S. Congress has agreed to help Puerto Rico restructure its massive public debt, but at a steep cost: the imposition of a fiscal control board and a potential lower minimum wage for the island's young workers
Congress, White House Strike Rescue Deal for Puerto Rico
As massive payments to creditors loom, House Republicans and Democrats strike a rare election-year deal with the White House to try to rescue Puerto Rico from $70 billion in debt
A Look at House Bill to Help Puerto Rico With $70B Debt
Congress and the Obama administration have agreed on legislation that would help rescue Puerto Rico from its $70 billion debt. The legislation calls for a control board, detailed fiscal plans and debt restructuring.