This comes a few months after Sanders introduced a bill known as the known as the "Stop BEZOS Act." Amazon raised its minimum wage a month later.
Six men have filed a lawsuit against the two parties, alleging sex abuse that they suffered as minors was covered up.
The temporary injunction was issued over the lawsuit's Fifth Amendment claims about due process.
The Pentagon's audit started last December, and covered $2.7 trillion in assets and $2.6 trillion in liabilities.
Officials say the wildfire in northern California has killed at least 63 people.
Historians disagree on the details of the first Thanksgiving, but there are a few things we know about how it started.
The task force will evaluate how U.S. airlines respond to and report allegations of in-flight sexual misconduct by passengers.
Search crews are working long, hard hours to find and identify remains in Paradise, California, after the Camp Fire moved through.
An engineer for the manufacturer told the NTSB that inspectors discovered eight other cracked fan blades on similar engines.
In fact, Consumer Reports writer Octavio Blanco says we'll blow through the number of robocalls made in 2017.
He's the first American fashion designer to be given the honor.
The U.S. Army didn't release her name or information, citing the confidentiality of the Green Beret's unit and missions.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed his arrest on Wednesday and said Avenatti's bail is set at $50,000.
While fire crews have one wildfire in southern California almost fully contained, the Camp Fire was just 35 percent contained as of Wednesday.
President Trump announced his support of the FIRST STEP Act and said it is still "tough on crime."
Some of the pieces being auctioned off by Sotheby's Wednesday were once owned by France's Queen Marie Antoinette.
Most violent hate crimes committed in the U.S. go unreported, now the Justice Department is launching new programs to find out why.
The complaint claims PG&E was negligent in maintaining its infrastructure and equipment.
The judges said the taste of food is too subjective for copyright protection, unlike art, literature, music and movies.
Fire crews are making progress — they had the Camp Fire 35 percent contained as of Tuesday night.
The DOJ alleges the companies exchanged private sales information with each other in order to fix ad prices.
The plaintiffs say the students were victimized by the the for-profit colleges and now the federal government.