The action comes more than a year after a federal court struck down the regulations.
Senate Dems are pressing the president to raise the minimum wage for federal contractors.
Ben Goad 01/13/14 01:22 PM EST
Supreme Court justices' questions signal a ruling that could temper presidential authority.
The NLRB declined to appeal decisions striking down the contentious regulations.
The New York Republican says he could support an increase to the minimum wage, but not without concessions.
A pair of GOP senators accuse the agency of defying congressional intent.
The lawsuit builds on a successful challenge of similar rules imposed by NLRB.
Republicans seemed reluctant to support David Weil for the Labor's Wage and Hour Division.
A top official defended new benchmarks for contractors to hire veterans and disabled people.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has removed the union that represents commuter train drivers from its investigation of a weekend crash on New York’s Metro-North railway.
The agency said it made the decision to remove the Association of Commuter Rail Employees (ACRE) from the investigation because the union’s president, Anthony Bottalico, held a press conference about the accident, violating the NTSB’s non-disclosure rules.