These are both incorrect answers according to the Department of Labor. Overtime payment has nothing to do with HOW you are paid (weekly, bi-weekly, bi-monthly, semi-monthly), but has to do with how many hours over 40 you work in a workweek (which is defined as seven consecutive days in a row (totaling 168 possible hours) regardless of how many work weeks are combined on 1 paycheck. Straight time and over time are calculated for each individual work week in a pay period. Here's a helpful calculator from the DOL website: http://www.dol.gov/elaws/otcalculator.htm
if you get paid bi-weekly you have to work 80 hrs then you kick into time and 1/2, if you get paid monthlymyou would have to work 160 hrs before you kick into time and 1/2. if you work 94 hrs bi-weekly you should get time and 1/2 for 14 hrs.