The Changing Landscape on the Wage Debate

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Income inequality has been economic reality in America for decades.  Now it's a political hot potato.  As Democrats push for an increase in the minimum wage, can Hillary Clinton match the claims of Republican rivals to be "just like ordinary Americans?"

Also, ISIS claims its first attack on US soil. On today's Talking Point, Ann Ravel, chair of the Federal Election Commission, says next year's presidential spending may exceed $10 billion —with little chance that legal limits can be enforced. We hear why she calls the FEC "worse than dysfunctional."

Photo: Fast food strikes in New York City (Annette Bernhardt)