|Grand Old Panic as Trump blows away the establishment|
|Bernie Sanders wins NH handily, as Democrats settle in for a long race|
|Michigan governor plans $360M for Flint, infrastructure|
|This time, Trump lives up to his promises|
|Supreme Court blocks Obama carbon emissions plan|
By Lawrence Hurley and Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday delivered a major blow to President Barack Obama by putting on hold federal regulations to curb carbon dioxide emissions mainly from coal-fired power plants, the centerpiece of his administration's strategy to combat climate change. The court voted 5-4 along ideological lines to grant a request by 27 states and various companies and business groups to block the administration's Clean Power Plan, which also mandates a shift to renewable energy away from fossil fuels. The White House on Tuesday night said it disagrees with the court decision but said it expects the rule will survive the legal challenge.
|Bergdahl case delayed over classified information dispute|
|Marco Rubio supporters clash with the 'Rubio robots' in New Hampshire|
|Christie declares himself the town hall king, not Kasich|
|Clinton pushes back against 'establishment' as a slur|
|Obama proposes $4.1 trillion spending plan in final White House budget|
By Jeff Mason and David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama proposed a $4.1 trillion spending plan for fiscal year 2017 on Tuesday in a final White House budget that met immediate Republican resistance for its cost and reliance on tax hikes to fund domestic priorities. Obama, a Democrat who leaves office next January, sought to outline his fiscal and political vision for the country with proposed investments in infrastructure, cyber security, education, and job growth. Paul Ryan, the Republican speaker of the House of Representatives, called it a "manual for growing the federal government at the expense of hardworking Americans." The budget envisions a deficit of $503 billion in fiscal 2017 after a $616 billion budget gap in the current fiscal year ending on Sept. 30.
|Train crash in Germany kills at least 10, injures 80|
|Rubio searches for answers while his opponents circle|