More headlines: DoD opens 14,000 combat-related jobs to women, Angela Merkel's party loses big in German election, Ugandans capture Kony general.
(Image source: CNN / JP Morgan ) BY STEVEN SPARKMAN Here’s a look at your top news headlines from Newsy. Three top executives at JP Morgan are expected to leave the company over their role in the bank’s massive trading loss. CNN reports Ina Drew, the highest-ranking of the trio, is expected to resign as early as Monday. “She is the bank’s chief investment officer. She ran the risk management division, or she oversaw it at least, that was responsible for the bet that cost the nation’s largest bank $2 billion.” New Department of Defense rules have gone into effect opening 14,000 combat jobs to women. This overturns a 1994 rule barring women from combat-adjacent jobs, like tank mechanic and radio operator. HLN has more . “Military officials say as positions open women can apply. There are still more than 200,000 military jobs that are only available to men.” In Germany, a key regional election handed Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic party their worst defeat in decades. Euronews reports this is a serious blow to Europe’s austerity policies. “The disastrous results for Merkel leave her vulnerable at a time when a backlash against her insistence on fiscal discipline is building across Europe.” Ugandan forces have captured a high-ranking commander in Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army. A military spokesperson told Al Jazeera the capture of Caesar Achellam will hopefully encourage more fighters to leave the LRA. “They say they ambushed him Saturday in the Central African Republic after tracking him for weeks in the jungle.” Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Allie Spillyards, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.