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The Constitution declares that the Congress may exercise only those legislative powers "herein granted" within Article I (as later limited by the Tenth Amendment).
However, the Supreme Court has ruled that Congress does have latitude to delegate regulatory powers to executive agencies as long as it provides an "intelligible principle" which governs the agency's exercise of the delegated regulatory authority.
Section 1 is a vesting clause that bestows federal legislative power exclusively to Congress. The former confers executive power upon the President alone, and the latter grants judicial power solely to the federal judiciary.
These three articles create a separation of powers among the three branches of the federal government.