Clinton opened old wounds on Tuesday — and ignited a backlash from many in the Democratic Party — when she went after Sanders.
Bloomberg has suggested he'll spend up to $1 billion on the 2020 presidential election
At the time, Clinton's remarks ignited a political firestorm.
Overall, wages have accelerated this year by an average of 3.6 percent, as unemployment has held steady at 3.5 percent.
Less than half — just 41 percent — of adults living in the U.S. have enough savings to pay for a $1,000 emergency room trip
Biden has called for expanding Social Security and paying for it by imposing taxes on the wealthy.
The record-setting year occurred despite net outflows of $13.6 billion in the fourth quarter.
Clinton and Sanders were engaged in a surprisingly drawn-out and bitter clash during the 2016 Democratic primary.
He now has until March 20, meaning that voters in the 14 states cast their ballot on Super Tuesday will not have access to details about his assets and income
The labor union and nonprofit called on Whole Foods to "clean up abusive labor practices in its food supply chain."