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The Pulse: Fast Food Workers Protest Low Wages

<br><font size="2">It's not looking good for Anthony Weiner, and fast food employees protesting low wages. Here is Monday's edition of "The Pulse". </font>
It's not looking good for Anthony Weiner, and fast food employees protesting low wages. Here is Monday's edition of "The Pulse".

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had lunch with the President in Washington. According to the White House deputy Press Secretary, the lunch was simply a chance for the two to catch up , no political motive here.

A woman has been arrested in connection with paint splatter found inside the National Cathedral in Washington, one of three landmarks to be splattered with green paint recently. The other two were the Lincoln Memorial and a statue outside the smithsonian castle. Police say they're not sure if the woman arrested is responsible for the other two incidents.

It's not looking good for Anthony Weiner after his campaign manager steps down, he's now sitting at fourth in the polls for New York Mayor. Despite the setback, he says he's staying in the race. The mayoral primary is September 10th and the general election is November 5th.

Mourners gathered for a special memorial service to honor the victim's of last week's train derailment in Spain. The mass was held not far from the crash site. The high speed train derailed Wednesday as it rounded a curve. 79 people have died, and about 70 people remain in hospital. The train's driver is charged with 79 counts of homicide by professional recklessness.

$15 dollars an hour. That's what fast-food workers across the country say is a livable wage. The Washington Post reports that workers at McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's, and KFC, walking off the job in seven cities, protesting low wages.

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