What We're Following This Morning

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Trump triumphs again: The Republican trounced his nearest rivals last night in the Nevada caucuses to win his third straight GOP presidential race. As Russell pointed out, “The Republican nomination for president is now clearly his to lose.”

No survivors in Nepal crash: A Tara airlines flight with 23 people on board crashed over the mountains, airline and Nepalese authorities confirmed. The plane had taken off from Pokhara, about 125 miles west of Kathmandu, en route to Jomsom, a starting point for trekkers. The flight typically takes 18 minutes.

Cologne suspects may never be caught: The German city’s police chief tells the BBC that CCTV footage, which captured footage of men assaulting women on New Year’ Eve, wasn’t good enough to identify sex crimes. Most of the suspects were asylum-seekers, German authorities have said.

No fourth term for Evo Morales: The Bolivian president failed in his attempt to amend the constitution so he could run for re-election in 2019. He said he’d respect the results of the referendum.

News from last night here.