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Answer: Alex Trebek's 'Jeopardy' successor. Question: What's Aaron Rodgers' next gig?

Rodgers is the latest to serve as guest host of “Jeopardy.” He taped two weeks’ worth of shows in February and they started airing Monday night.

“I’d be the youngest host of just about any major game show, I bring an audience from the NFL, and I feel like I appeal to nerdy people, too, because I was a nerd in high school and got caught in that weird phase of wanting to be a jock and an athlete and also really caring about getting good grades.

The smart money at the moment is on Ken Jennings, who holds the record for “Jeopardy” wins and did a splendid job during his two-week stint as guest host.

Edmonds wrote, “Bainum and Wyss have expressions of interest in the Orlando Sentinel, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, The Hartford Courant and The Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Sharon Cohen, a national writer for the Associated Press based out of Chicago, died on Monday after being diagnosed with brain cancer more than a year ago.

And speaking of Zadrozny, here’s her latest story: “In a Pennsylvania town, a Facebook group fills the local news void.” Former White House communications director (well, for 10 days anyway) Anthony Scaramucci is joining CNBC as a contributor.

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