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The US Army is making drastic cuts to its size, mostly slashing empty positions in a major revamp amid recruitment struggles. In total, the Army is planning to claw back its force by roughly 24,000 — nearly 5% of its positions — targeting many jobs that officials no longer believe are necessary, according to a document on the restructuring. This includes a reduction of roughly 3,000 from Army special forces as well as other counter-insurgency posts that are less critical now that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have winded down. Other planned cuts include 10,000 from engineer-related posts; 2,700…

Join Fox News for access to this content Plus special access to select articles and other premium content with your account – free of charge. Please enter a valid email address. By entering your email and pushing continue, you are agreeing to Fox News’ Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which includes our Notice of Financial Incentive. To access the content, check your email and follow the instructions provided. Having trouble? Click here. FIRST ON FOX: A nonprofit charity is denying sponsoring a man who was recently charged with killing a Georgia nursing student after a GOP lawmaker accused the…

A northern Indiana man convicted in the fatal 2021 shootings of a woman, her young daughter and her fiancé has been sentenced to 195 years in prison.A Miami County judge sentenced Mitchell Page, 27, of Brookston last week to the maximum 65 years for each of three murder counts he was convicted of, with those sentences to be served consecutively.FIVE-TERM INDIANA MAYOR TOM HENRY SAYS HE HAS LATE-STAGE STOMACH CANCERPage, who did not speak or provide a statement during his sentencing, plans to appeal the length of his sentence, the Kokomo Tribune reported.A jury convicted Page in January in the…

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships. We receive compensation when you click on a link and make a purchase. Learn more! Spring is less than a month away! Punxsutawney Phil predicted that spring would arrive early, and so far, that groundhog’s been spot-on. Temperatures are rising, birds are chirping and flowers are blooming. Before you know it, we’ll be trading out our snow boots for sandals without shivering! A girl can dream. This new season is all about renewal. And since spring cleaning is already on the agenda, why not get a fresh start with fashion as well? There are so…

Charissa Thompson’s jaw dropped when Erin Andrews recalled breaking down in tears after a Tampa Bay Buccaneers player was “so nasty” to her early on in her career. Andrews, a veteran sideline reporter for Fox, recalled the moment while taking fan questions during the latest installment of her and Thompson’s “Calm Down” podcast Friday. When a listener asked if the media personalities have ever “cried at work,” Andrews said: “Yeah, this has happened to me” at 19 or 20 years old. “I was working freelance for an Orlando station and they wanted sound from the Bucs locker room,” she said.…

New York Attorney General Letitia James appeared to taunt former President Trump about the interest he may own in a civil fraud judgment.  Trump’s legal team on Monday appealed a Feb. 16 ruling from New York Judge Arthur Engoron’s finding him liable for more than $350 million in damages in the civil fraud case brought against him by James. Engoron ordered Trump to pay just over $354 million, with post-judgment interest accruing at nearly $112,000 per day.  “In a massive victory, we won our case against Donald Trump for engaging in years of incredible financial fraud to enrich himself. Trump, Donald Trump,…

A coal company owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has been found in contempt by a federal judge for not following an order to pay an insurance company to maintain collateral for financial obligations.U.S. District Judge Elizabeth Dillon found Southern Coal Corp. in civil contempt Monday and granted the insurance company’s request to fine it $2,500 per day until it complies with the order, the Charleston Gazette-Mail reported.BANK TO DELAY LAND AUCTION AT WEST VIRGINIA GOV. JUSTICE’S RESORTThe ruling dismissed Southern Coal’s argument that it was unable to comply with the order for payment, issued five months ago, because…

Join Fox News for access to this content Plus special access to select articles and other premium content with your account – free of charge. Please enter a valid email address. By entering your email and pushing continue, you are agreeing to Fox News’ Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which includes our Notice of Financial Incentive. To access the content, check your email and follow the instructions provided. Having trouble? Click here. New details have been released after Virginia authorities arrested a 32-year-old Venezuelan national illegally present in the U.S. for sexual assault of a minor. The Campbell County Sheriff’s…

Give up a first-class seat — in this economy? Another day, another traveler treating flights like a game of musical chairs in the sky. This time, a woman was labeled “entitled” on social media after allegedly asking a fellow business class passenger to swap seats with her husband — who was assigned to economy class. An anonymous post detailing her alleged switcheroo proposal is currently taking flight on Reddit. “I’m still bewildered that someone would think this makes any sense at all,” the original poster described while detailing the incident, which occurred aboard a flight from Toronto to Vancouver via…

Monica Lewinsky is turning up the heat as the spokesperson for Reformation’s new voting campaign. On Monday, February 26, the clothing brand announced that they had teamed up with Lewinsky, 50, for their “You’ve Got the Power” campaign, which promotes their new workwear collection while also encouraging shoppers to get out and vote. “Together with Monica Lewinsky and Vote.org, we’re reminding you that you’ve got the power,” Reformation’s website reads. “And that you need to vote this year.” The website shows photos of Lewinsky in several pieces from their new collection, including her standing in front of a window in…