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Palestinian Split Shows Signs Of Healing, But Israelis Aren't Pleased

Supreme Court: Case Involved Romantic Jealousy, Not Chemical Weapons

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday dodged a major constitutional test of the Constitution's treaty power. Conservative activists had seen the case as a chance to limit the power of the president and Congress to make and enforce treaties. Instead, the case boiled down to, in Chief Justice John Roberts' words, "an act of revenge born of romantic jealousy."

As Bergdahl Returns Home, Accusations Of Desertion Surface

As Spain's King Steps Down, Protesters Hope He's The Last One

With New EPA Rules, McCarthy Sees Economic Upside In Health Savings

EPA Lays Out Centerpiece To Obama's Climate Change Policy

Cannon, shown here in a 2013 file photo, is expected to plead guilty Tuesday in a public corruption case.

Former Charlotte Mayor Will Plead Guilty To Fraud

Former Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon is expected to plead guilty to a corruption charge in federal court on Tuesday.

Cannon, who was elected to the post last November, resigned in March hours after being arrested.

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Apple Makes A Play For 'Smart Homes' By Connecting Appliances

Into the quickly crowding field of automated home gadgets and appliances comes Apple, which announced HomeKit at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on Monday. HomeKit is its entrance into a nascent, fragmented market for home automation, a.k.a. the Internet of Things.

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Sandwich Monday: Caffeinated Beef Jerky

Today's fitness nuts have access to all sorts of food and beverage products to boost performance: Powerbars, Sport Beans, even beer. If they so desire, they can get caffeine from a topical spray.

But until now, athletes (or office workers) who wanted to get their jolt in the form of desiccated meat were out of luck.

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy signs new regulations targeting greenhouse gas emissions on Monday.

EPA Chief Claims Greenhouse Gas Rules Will Save Country Billions

New federal regulations that aim to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants will have a large economic upside, largely through health savings, says Gina McCarthy, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.

"We are talking by 2030 having $90 billion in benefits," McCarthy told NPR's Robert Siegel in an interview airing on All Things Considered.