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Trump’s pick for Army secretary drops out Vincent Viola, the billionaire founder of trading firm Virtu Financial Inc., has withdrawn his nomination to be secretary of the Army after distancing himself from his business ties proved too difficult, Trump officials said.
Philippine president ends cease-fire with communist rebels Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Friday he has ended the government's six-month cease-fire with communist rebels and ordered troops to prepare for new fighting after the guerrillas lifted their own truce and killed six soldiers in fresh violence.
Discarded Islamic State receipts offer glimpse into former Mosul life Receipts from taxi rides, ledgers listing internet usage for the privileged few and random logbooks documenting an ever tighter economy are just some of the documents that Islamic State militants left behind when they fled eastern Mosul in the face of advancing Iraqi forces.
Idaho 'adrenaline junkie' wins skydiving gold Aleksa Davis has completed more than 500 skydives. The first was a tandem jump for her 18th birthday. “I’ve always been an adrenaline junkie,” the Boise native said. “I saw people skydiving and always wanted to do it.” Davis, 25 and a senior at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York, was on the team that won two gold medals at the 2017 U.S. Parachute Association National Collegiate Parachuting Championships in January in Arizona.