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NPR logo Top Stories: Korean Industrial Park Closing; Obama's Carbon Plan Suspended

Top Stories: Korean Industrial Park Closing; Obama's Carbon Plan Suspended

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Supreme Court Puts White House's Carbon Pollution Limits On Hold.

— South Korea Shutting Down Joint Industrial Park In North Korea.

And here are more early headlines:

Fed Chair Yellen To Discuss Economy On Capitol Hill. (AP)

Senate Wrangles Over Criminal Justice Reform Bill. (The Hill)

Obama To Address Illinois Lawmakers. (KTVI-TV)

While The East Gets Snow, Los Angeles Bakes In Heat. (AccuWeather)

Japan's Nikkei Average Falls Again Sharply, After Tuesday Plunge. (Reuters)

Rare Big Surf Event Declared "On" In Hawaii. (KHON-TV)

Could Gas Prices In Some Regions Fall Below $1 A Gallon? (USA Today)

Amazon Terms For New Game Don't Apply In Case Of Zombies. (New Republic)