The rule was scheduled to take effect on December 1, and would have raised the salary threshold at which workers automatically qualified for overtime pay to $47,476 from $23,660. They claimed that the Department of Labor exceeded its authority by raising the salary threshold too high and by providing for automatic adjustments to the threshold every three years.
An outspoken critic of gay marriage, he has proposed amending the law to prevent same-sex couples from being able to adopt children. French media has already started labelling the surprise fore-runner as " Vladimir Putin's friend ", but the Russian president pointed out that while he is not familiar with Fillon's rival in the Republican party - another ex-prime minister Alain Juppe - he is open to listening to rhetoric relating to Russia from both sides.
Meanwhile, Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives agreed on Monday to back Social Democrat Steinmeier as Germany's next president, succeeding Joachim Gauck, whose five-year term ends in February. Mogherini also hit out at British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's decision to sit out the meeting, linking it to Britain's referendum vote in June to leave the 28-nation European Union , which has left London needing USA support for new trade deals.
July 25, 2016. "We will fully involve ourselves in economic globalization by supporting the multi-lateral trading regime, advancing the FTAAP and working for the early conclusion of the negotiations on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership", he said.
It wants to restore its ally president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, who was driven into exile by the Houthis in late 2014. Residents in the capital Sanaa said that Saudi-led coalition jets had bombed army bases on a mountain overlooking the city earlier on Monday, and the force of the explosions had shaken buildings in several city neighbourhoods.
Then they stopped inviting us. Why? He says Erdogan orchestrated the coup as a pretext to purge all his opponents and pave the way for his undisputed leadership. Two days earlier, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim dismissed the latest round of criticism from EU countries by maintaining that European standards do not apply to Turkey , while promising that Ankara will not be intimidated by EU threats.