What We're Following This Morning

Editor’s Note: This article previously appeared in a different format as part of The Atlantic’s Notes section, retired in 2021.

A good night for Trump and Sanders: The two outside candidates triumphed in their respective U.S. presidential primaries last night in New Hampshire. Trump won about a third of the GOP support. On the Democratic side, Sanders easily beat Clinton. You can read our coverage here.

A bad day for inter-Korean relations: South Korea said it was suspending operations at the Kaesong Industrial Complex in retaliation for the North’s recent rocket launch and nuclear test. The North’s actions have worried its neighbors, among them Japan, which announced new sanctions on Pyongyang. Update: More here

A blow to Obama’s climate-change plan: The Supreme Court last night blocked the White House’s Clean Power Plan for the duration of legal challenges against it. You can read our coverage of that move here.

News from last night here.