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The Big Mac case to raise the minimum wage

MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell explains why McDonald's will still make more money if they give their workers a higher salary.Full story

Fast food workers kick-off multi-city protests for higher pay

(Reuters) - Hundreds of low-wage workers at fast-food chains such as McDonald's <MCD.N> and Wendy's on Monday protested in the streets of New York, kick-starting a week of demonstrations in several major cities demanding the right to unionize and pressing for a pay raise to $15 per hour - doub Full story

Can fast food workers get a higher minimum wage?

Fast food strikers have numbers and they have media attention. But how can they actually boost their wages? Full story

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U.S. fast food workers kick-off multi-city protests for higher pay

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  Life at minimum wage

Meet Crystal Dupont and John White. Both are struggling to live on minimum wage, one at the start of her career and the other toward the end of his.

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Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2013, in Robesonia, PA John White participates in a bible study group at the Calvary Bible Fellowship Church in Sinking Spring, PA.The church has frequently helped him pay his bills as he struggles to find a better job. He currently delvers pizzas a couple of days a week.Here