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Suze Orman to Leave CNBC After 14 Years


...and five other things you should know today

1. Suze Orman to leave CNBC after 14 Years. The personal finance guru, No. 35 on Out's Power List, will develop a new show, Money Wars, in which she will help families who are tackling financial aid and other personal issues that are "wrapped up in disputes over money." [Variety]

2. Bright Light Bright Light recorded a new version of "Everything I Ever Wanted." The singer-songwriter and Out100 honoree (a.k.a. Rod Thomas) teamed up with London's oldest LGBT choir to release the track to support World AIDS Day [Attitude]

3. Anna Kendrick pissed at Jake Gyllenhaal for dropping out of Into the Woods. But the princes we got, Chris Pine and Billy Magnussen, are the bestest. Trust us. [The Daily Beast]

4. Jimmy Kimmel arranged a mini Friends reunion last night. Watch Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston curse each other out in several languages. [Elle]

5. A transgender woman's family presented her as a man at her open casket funeral in Idaho. [Gawker]

6. The first Jurassic World trailer reveals a dinosaur theme park to give you nightmares. Check it out below:

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