Iran Deal: Secretary of State John Kerry in media interviews Sunday defended a deal that the United States and other world powers reached with Iran over its nuclear program, The Washington Post reports. The agreement, which stops pivotal parts of Iran's nuclear program in exchange for temporary relief on some economic sanctions, doesn't recognize an Iranian "right to enrich" uranium, Kerry said on ABC's "This Week."
NSA Case: Lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union Friday urged a federal judge in New York to stop the National Security Agency's phone call monitoring, the New York Law Journal reports.
Bird Settlement: Duke Energy Corp. has agreed to pay $1 million to resolve allegations that its wind energy facilities broke environmental laws protecting birds, The Associated Press reports. Duke Energy is the first wind energy company to face charges for the death of an eagle or other protected birds.