The Senate introduces a bipartisan bill that could give President Barack Obama fast-track authority to negotiate one of the world’s largest trade accords. The 2016 presidential campaign expands as Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio enter the race. Obama signs an overhaul of the way Medicare pays doctors. Clashes intensify over the stalled nomination of Loretta Lynch. A Florida postal worker is arrested after landing a single-person aircraft on the U.S. Capitol grounds. And Bostonians mark the second anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week’s top national news stories.

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  • Olivier Knox Chief Washington correspondent, Yahoo! News.
  • John Harwood Chief Washington correspondent, CNBC; reporter, The New York Times.
  • Dana Bash Chief congressional correspondent, CNN

Video: Will Congress Act On A National Minimum Wage?

Following major wage hikes from corporations like Wal-Mart and McDonald’s, a nationwide rally — Fight for 15 — to raise the minimum wage has spread across several major U.S. Cities.

But will Congress respond to the call to pay at least $15 an hour to wage earners? Our panel weighed in.

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