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  • By Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama is proposing about $200 million in new military spending to confront Islamist militants in north and west Africa, U.S. defense officials said ahead of Tuesday's budget rollouts for the next fiscal year. U.S. officials declined to specify to which nations the funding would be directed. The disclosure comes as the United States and its allies discuss ways to halt the spread of Islamic State in Libya and elsewhere in Africa from its self-declared caliphate in Syria and Iraq.U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work said the Pentagon's plan to truncate the Littoral Combat Ship program at 40 ships instead of 52 reflected budget pressures and was "not an indictment" of the program. Work said the Pentagon decided to buy two of the ships in fiscal 2017, instead of scaling orders back to just one ship as Defense Secretary Ash Carter had ordered in a memo late last year, at the Navy's request.

    In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, soldiers and plainclothes policemen gather at the scene of an explosion that killed tens of people and wounded others in the Syrian capital of Damascus on Tuesday Feb. 9, 2016. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the suicide attack, that caused wide material damage to buildings and cars in the area. IS vowed to carry out more attacks in the future. (SANA via AP)BEIRUT (AP) — A suicide car bomber dispatched by the Islamic State group struck near a police officers' club in the Syrian capital on Tuesday, killing at least 10 people and destroying a number of cars.


    After briefly speaking with homeless persons, background center, Alexis Sypek, left, and Victoria Parker, both of New York and working with The Robin Hood Foundation, an organization that helps the poor, check their notations during a count and survey of homeless persons on the streets of New York early Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. Hundreds of people fanned out across the city to conduct the survey just after midnight. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)NEW YORK (AP) — Over the past few weeks, thousands of clipboard-toting volunteers have fanned out across some of the nation's largest cities, tasked with a deceptively complex job: counting the number of homeless people sleeping on the streets.


    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The former president of the truck stop chain owned by Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to participating in a conspiracy to defraud customers.

    A Syrian man walks barefoot on a beach after his arrival with other migrants and refugees on a dinghy from the Turkish coast to the northeastern Greek island of Lesbos, on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. The International Organization for Migration says Mediterranean crossings in the first six weeks of this year are running at nearly ten times the rate in the same period last year, and 409 people have died trying to cross this year. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)HELSINKI (AP) — Norwegian police said Tuesday that they are investigating several cases of sex offenders allegedly abusing children at asylum-seekers' reception centers in the country. Swedish police, meanwhile, arrested more than a dozen people suspected of planning an attack on a refugee center.


    Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump waves has he arrives for a campaign rally Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Donald Trump, under pressure to score his first electoral win, set his hopes on New Hampshire Tuesday as voters began flooding polling stations across the state in the nation's first primary. His rivals placed high hopes in a strong second-place finish, looking to break out from the pack and ensure the survival of their campaigns.


    Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., smiles as he greats attendees during a campaign stop at the University of New Hampshire Whittemore Center Arena, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, in Durham, N.H. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Clinton braced for a potential loss in New Hampshire, the site of her 2008 comeback, seeking to deny rival Bernie Sanders a big victory in the nation's first presidential primary and a springboard into a competitive primary campaign.


    BALTIMORE (AP) — An alibi witness who was never called, cell phone data that was misrepresented and other legal failures justify a new trial for Adnan Syed, his defense lawyer argued Tuesday, closing an unusual hearing prompted by a popular podcast that turned millions of listeners into armchair detectives.WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Military intelligence programs account for $16.8 billion of the Pentagon's overall $583 billion budget request for fiscal 2017, the U.S. Defense Department said on Tuesday.

    Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, left, accompanied by Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, before a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on worldwide threats. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) — North Korea has expanded a uranium enrichment facility and restarted a plutonium reactor that could begin recovering material for nuclear weapons in weeks or months, the U.S. intelligence chief said Tuesday in delivering the annual assessment by intelligence agencies of the top dangers facing the country.


    A supporter for republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures as he waits before a campaign event in Rock HillBy James Oliphant MANCHESTER, N.H. (Reuters) - The insurgent candidates in the 2016 U.S. presidential race, billionaire Republican Donald Trump and democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, looked likely to get a lift on Tuesday at the New Hampshire primary elections by defeating mainstream rivals. In an election year when Americans seem angry at traditional politicians, the two men held strong leads over their respective opponents in New Hampshire, the second state in the process of picking party nominees for the Nov. 8 election to replace President Barack Obama. For the other Republican candidates, it was a fight for second place in the state behind Trump.


    NEW YORK (AP) — Kelly Clarkson has written a new song and a bedtime story for kids — her own included.President Barack Obama on Tuesday unveiled a budget that proposed $2.9 trillion in deficit reduction over 10 years, largely by curbing tax breaks for the wealthy and proposing new savings in the Medicare and Medicaid health care programs. The budget would boost spending to $4.1 trillion for 2017, up $196 billion from fiscal 2016, while raising revenues by $308 over the same period, according to documents released by the White House. The budget also proposes $375 billion in new 10-year savings to federal healthcare programs, including several changes to the Medicare program for seniors.

    President Obama meets with his national security team in WashingtonU.S. President Barack Obama proposed a $4.1 trillion spending plan for fiscal year 2017 on Tuesday in a final White House budget that laid out his priorities for fighting Islamic State, raising taxes on wealthy Americans and helping the poor. The budget for the fiscal year beginning on Oct. 1 is largely a political document and is unlikely to be passed by the Republican-controlled Congress. The spending proposal stayed within the confines of an agreement reached between the White House and Congress last year that lifted mandatory "sequestration" cuts on both defense and domestic spending.


    Republican presidential candidate, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, speaks at a campaign event, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, in Portsmouth, N.H. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — The Latest developments from Campaign 2016 as New Hampshire voters cast their ballots for president in the Republican primaries (all times local):


    FILE - In this Feb. 3, 2016 file photo, Adnan Syed enters Courthouse East in Baltimore prior to a hearing in Baltimore. An alibi witness who was never called, cell phone data that was misrepresented and other legal failures more than justify a new trial for Syed, his defense lawyer argued Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016 closing an unusual hearing prompted by the popular "Serial" podcast's extensive re-examination of the murder case. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/The Baltimore Sun via AP) WASHINGTON EXAMINER OUT; MANDATORY CREDITBALTIMORE (AP) — The Latest on Adnan Syed's retrial request in a murder case explored by the popular "Serial" podcast (all times local):


    FILE - In this June 7, 2015 file photo, Ken Watanabe arrives at the 69th annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York. A publicist for Watanabe says the Tony Award- and Oscar-nominated actor has been forced to delay his return to Broadway’s “The King and I” while he battles stomach cancer. The actor has undergone endoscopic surgery and is recuperating at a hospital in Japan. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)NEW YORK (AP) — A publicist for Ken Watanabe says the Tony Award- and Oscar-nominated actor has been forced to delay his return to Broadway's "The King and I" while he battles stomach cancer.


    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a town hall campaign event at the Londonderry Lions Club, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, in Londonderry, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — From buses and billboards to boisterous rallies and intimate conservations, months of campaigning across New Hampshire culminated Tuesday as voters streamed into polling stations across the state to choose their favorite among a cast of White House hopefuls.


    A staff member delivers President Barack Obama's fiscal 2017 federal budget to the House Budget Committee Room on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. President Barack Obama unveils his eighth and final budget, a $4 trillion-plus proposal that’s freighted with liberal policy initiatives and new and familiar tax hikes, sent to a dismissive Republican-controlled Congress. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama sent Congress his final budget on Tuesday, proposing to spend a record $4.1 trillion on a number of initiatives, from a new war on cancer to combating global warming to fighting growing threats from Islamic State militants.


    In this photo provided by Turkish Islamic aid group IHH, displaced Syrians walk among a temporary refugee camp in northern Syria, near Bab al-Salameh border crossing with Turkey, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. Turkey was under pressure from the EU to open its border to up to 35,000 Syrians who have massed along the frontier in the past few days fleeing an onslaught by government forces and intense Russian airstrikes in Aleppo. (IHH via AP)KILIS, Turkey (AP) — Turkey must open its doors to the tens of thousands of Syrians who have massed at the border after fleeing violence, the U.N. demanded Tuesday, as an aide group said tents on the Syrian side are overcrowded and food in short supply.


    The North Side Skull & Bone Gang parade down the streets during the wake up call for Mardi Gras, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, in New Orleans. Their costumes are intended to represent the dead and they bring a serious message, reminding people of their mortality and the need to live a productive and good life. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Thousands of people bundled up against the cold winds in New Orleans on Tuesday, screaming for beads from passing floats and dancing to marching bands as the city marked the culmination of the famous Mardi Gras celebration.


    Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller speaks at a news conference in San Francisco, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. Miller was named Super Bowl MVP after the Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)DENVER (AP) — Will Peyton Manning be back? Can Denver keep this top-ranked defense together? Big questions loom over the Super Bowl-champion Broncos. But Tuesday wasn't the time to think about that. Tuesday was parade day — an opportunity to bask in the spotlight of orange-and-blue clad fans after a 24-10 win over Carolina.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon is seeking $200 million in the 2017 budget for counterterrorism operations in Libya and other portions of North and West Africa, as the Islamic State threat in that region continues to grow.

    Convicted murderer Adnan Syed arrives at the Baltimore City Circuit Courthouse in Baltimore, MarylandAttorneys for Adnan Syed, 35, who is serving a life sentence for the 1999 strangulation of his 18-year-old ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee, are seeking a new trial based on new evidence. Judge Martin Welch will decide whether a retrial is warranted. In closing arguments in Baltimore City Circuit Court, Deputy Attorney General Thiru Vignarajah said Syed was guilty and had been convicted after a vigorous defense.


    James Clapper, director of National Intelligence, testifies during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, February 9, 2016The global threat posed by the Islamic State group is still rising but US-based homegrown extremists pose the biggest danger to the homeland, Washington's top spy chief said Tuesday. Clapper said "homegrown violent extremists" or HVEs -- "the most significant Sunni terrorist threat" -- may be inspired by the attacks last year on military bases in Chattanooga, Tennessee and a workplace gathering in San Bernardino, California. Separately, responding to questions from lawmakers, Clapper warned that the group had planted fighters among the thousands of Syrian civilians fleeing to neighboring countries and to Europe.


    U.S. President Obama answers a reporter's question after delivering a statement on the economy in the press briefing room at the White House in WashingtonBy Dustin Volz and Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Tuesday sought a surge in funding to counter cyber security threats, as his top intelligence official warned Congress that computer attacks were among the most imminent security challenges facing the United States. In his fiscal 2017 budget proposal, Obama asked for $19 billion for cyber security across the U.S. government, an increase of $5 billion over this year While the White House's overall fiscal plan faces tough going in the Republican-controlled Congress, increased cyber security funding has won bipartisan support of lawmakers in the past. The request comes as the Obama administration has struggled to address the growing risk posed by criminals and nation states in the digital world.


    By David Alexander and Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon proposed a $582.7 billion defense budget on Tuesday that emphasizes threats like Russia, China and Islamic State rebels, but the plan is already under fire from Republicans who accuse President Barack Obama of short-changing the military. Obama's defense budget for the 2017 fiscal year would increase spending on the fight against Islamic State militants to $7.5 billion from $5 billion this year, a 50 percent jump.

    FILE - This April 2, 2015 file photo shows the main entrance to the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison, Wis. In a 2010-2013 study on death rates and readmissions released on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, veterans' hospitals compare favorably with others when it comes to treating older men with three common conditions — heart attacks, heart failure and pneumonia. (John Hart/State Journal via AP)CHICAGO (AP) — Veterans' hospitals compare pretty favorably with others when it comes to treating older men with three common conditions — heart attacks, heart failure and pneumonia, according to a study on death rates and readmissions.


    LONDON (AP) — Two tennis umpires have been banned and four others are under investigation for corruption, authorities said Tuesday.

    FILE - In this Oct. 10, 2013 file photo, a truck lies on top of a minivan at the site of a fatal eight vehicle accident in Fullerton, Calif. In a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, guns, drugs and cars contribute substantially to the life-expectancy gap between the United States and other developed nations. (AP Photo/Richard Koehler)CHICAGO (AP) — Guns, drugs and cars contribute substantially to the life-expectancy gap between the United States and other developed nations, a study found.


    FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2015 file photo, Jennifer Garner arrives at the 29th American Cinematheque Awards honoring Reese Witherspoon in Los Angeles. Garner is asking Kentucky lawmakers to spend $1 million on an early-childhood education program. The star of the TV show "Alias" and movies including "Juno" and "Dallas Buyers Club" testified before the House budget committee on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, on behalf of Save The Children. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Hollywood actress Jennifer Garner is asking Kentucky lawmakers to spend $1 million on an early-childhood education program.


    North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un delivering a speech at a national awards ceremony for nuclear scientistsNorth Korea has restarted a plutonium reactor that could fuel a nuclear bomb and is seeking missile technology that could threaten the United States, Washington's top spy said Tuesday. In an annual threat assessment, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and senior military and intelligence officials singled out the authoritarian pariah state as a major and unpredictable menace. Lieutenant General Vincent Stewart, the director the the Defense Intelligence Agency, joined Clapper to brief the Senate Armed Services Committee on the global dangers faced by US planners.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — A strong holiday shipping season and a couple of favorable economic situations temporarily turned around the financial fortunes of the Postal Service, officials said Tuesday.

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, seen on February 9, 2016 in Manchester, New Hampshire, has acknowledged that she exclusively used a private email account and server from 2009 to 2013 while secretary of stateThe FBI has formally confirmed it is investigating Hillary Clinton's private emails, giving fuel to a controversy that the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination has been unable to put behind her. Clinton has repeatedly denied doing anything wrong. Although the FBI's investigation first became public in July, the Republican Party jumped on the latest news, saying it should disqualify her from the presidency.


    FILE - In this Dec. 30, 2015 file photo Bill Cosby, center, accompanied by his attorneys Brian McMonagle, left, and Monique Pressley, arrives at court to face a felony charge of aggravated indecent assault, in Elkins Park, Pa. A Los Angeles judge on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, dismissed Cosby's former attorney Martin Singer from a defamation lawsuit filed by model Janice Dickinson over denials of her allegations the comedian drugged and raped her in Lake Tahoe, Calif., in 1982. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge on Tuesday dismissed model Janice Dickinson's defamation claim filed against Bill Cosby's former lawyer for denying her allegations that the comedian had drugged and raped her in 1982.


    Ted Nugent, seen on February 12, 2013 in Washington, DC, asked what person "could possibly not know that Jews for guncontrol are nazis in disguise?"Rocker Ted Nugent, a long-time campaigner for right-wing causes, came under fire Tuesday from Jewish groups after he alleged a conspiracy behind US gun control efforts. The "Cat Scratch Fever" guitarist on Monday listed on Facebook prominent US Jewish politicians who support stricter gun laws and put Israeli flags on their pictures. "What sort of racist prejudiced (person) could possibly not know that Jews for guncontrol are nazis in disguise?" he wrote in one of a series of profanity-laden postings.


    An election worker hands out stickers to voters after casting their ballots at Belmont High School on February 9, 2016 in Belmont, New HampshireNew Hampshire voters trudged through snow glinting in the sunshine Tuesday for the second key test of the 2016 White House race, with Donald Trump chasing victory and Hillary Clinton looking to narrow the gap on local hero Bernie Sanders. Once every four years the nation's eyes focus like laser beams on little, largely rural New Hampshire, which holds the first state primaries after the Iowa caucuses kick off the presidential nomination process. The proud northeastern state, home to just 1.3 million people, sets the tone for the primaries -- and could shake out a crowded Republican field as the arch-conservative Senator Ted Cruz and establishment candidates led by Marco Rubio battle for second place behind the frontrunner Trump.


    FILE - In this Jan. 26, 2016, file photo, actress Gwyneth Paltrow poses for photographers before Chanel's Spring-Summer 2016 Haute Couture fashion collection in Paris. Opening statements have begun in the trial of a man charged with stalking Paltrow. A prosecutor says Dante Soiu has hunted Paltrow for 17 years and sent her 66 letters between 2009 and 2015. Deputy District Attorney Wendy Segall said Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, that Soiu has shattered Paltrow's sense of security. Soiu was found not guilty by reason of insanity in 2000 in a previous trial and was sent to a mental institution for several years. He was re-arrested last year after sending Paltrow new correspondence. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Letters addressed to Gwyneth Paltrow came for years, often with unsolicited items ranging from pornography and sex toys to religious books, earrings and clothes.


    From left, Sunridge Apartments employee Rex Robinson and Raymond Lavigne, of Dixmoor, Illinois, unload a truck that carried cases of bottled water from Thornton Township on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016 at Sunridge Apartments in Flint Township, Mich. Thornton Township in Illinois drove with 20 volunteers to donate bottled water to Flint Township. (Rachel Woolf/The Flint Journal/ MLive.com via AP)LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Flint's water crisis, after a switch in the drinking water source allowed dangerous levels of lead and potentially caused deadly cases of Legionnaires' disease, could result in criminal charges as serious as involuntary manslaughter, a top investigator said Tuesday.