Ocasio-Cortez reportedly made the decision while the 78-year-old Sanders was in a Nevada hospital.
Both Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren made an aggressive pitch to the star freshman congresswoman.
A single-payer health care system would cost more than the government currently spends on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid combined.
If workers had ownership stakes in their companies and an equal say on corporate boards, CEO-worker pay disparity would decrease, Sanders claims.
Zuckerberg, worth $66.6 billion, is the fifth-richest person in the world.
The ultra-wealthy may choose to divorce, or marry, in order to limit tax liabilities if either plan were to be implemented, economist says.
'We have 3,000 kids that started with us in the parking lot... They're still with us and they're multi-millionaires today... it was a symbiotic thing,' said Ken Langon to FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo.
The Vermont independent canceled his upcoming events.
Sanders' "Income Inequality Tax Plan" would impose tax rate increases on companies with CEO to median worker ratios above 50 to 1.
The tax penalty would peak at 5 percent for companies whose CEOs earn 500 times that of the typical employee.
Scholars remain split about the legality of such a levy.
If Biden moves forward with the proposal, it would mark a significant leftward shift in his campaign.
Coastal states, including Florida, New York, California and Connecticut, led the way in income inequality.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney expresses his concern about two 2020 Democratic contenders.
Why haven't negotiations between UAW and GM made progress?
Sanders isn't the first presidential hopeful to make a show of solidarity.
The senator is aiming to cut the wealth of billionaires in half over the course of 15 years.
The Democratic presidential candidate followed a similar model introduced in Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax plan.
“I know [Sen. Warren] says she’s for Bernie,” Biden said. “Well, I’m for Barack. I think ObamaCare worked.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has a few sweet tactics to attract voters in the first primary voting state of New Hampshire.