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The network dismissed Curt Schilling from his position as a baseball analyst a day after he promoted insensitive comments about transgender people.
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Secretary Jack Lew also said there will be a new $5 bill, that will illustrate historic events at the Lincoln Memorial on the back.
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Futurist Michio Kaku explains why artificial intelligence could be a greater issue for humanity in the future.
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Note to sports team owners: Don't float stock in your team when they have the worst record in their league.
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