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We reached a milestone today in the recovery from the Great Recession. Wall Street's bull market, which began in 2009, is now the longest ever. Three thousand four hundred and fifty three days. In that time, the benchmark S&P 500 has gone from six eighty three to twenty eight sixty one. Among the reasons, strong corporate earnings and low interest rates. Police in Arkansas say it's a miracle that two little boys survived a car crash that killed their mother. A 3 year old boy was found this week ...
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