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A bull run for the record books

The bull market is more than 2,100 days old. That makes it the fourth longest in history. Christine Romans explains why this bull may keep running, but likely won't finish in first place.

Beer, deodorant ads run before ISIS videos

Ads were being run before jihadi and ISIS-themed videos on YouTube, with advertisers unaware.

Would you pay $116K to see the Grateful Dead?

Tickets for the Grateful Dead's sold out reunion show in Chicago are selling for big bucks on StubHub.

Report: Hillary Clinton used personal email for work

The New York Times reports that Hillary Clinton used a personal email account during her four years on the job as secretary of state.

Nasdaq's long march to 5,000

Fifteen years after the dot-com bubble high, the Nasdaq is back. Christine Romans breaks down the long recovery.

Tinder launches 'passport' service for finding love overseas

Tinder launched a premium service today, including a feature that lets you look for love abroad. However CEO says core Tinder experience 'will always remain free'.

St. Patrick's Day redux: Guinness is back

One year later and Guinness is returning to sponsor New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade. It pulled out of the parade last year because gay and lesbian groups weren't allowed to march in it. This year the parade will have one LGBT group.

With stocks at highs, are you invested?

Stocks are risky, right? According to Warren Buffett, the bigger risk is avoiding stocks. Christine Romans explains the returns half of Americans are missing.

Phone recording debunks O'Reilly's JFK story

A recording of a phone conversation between Bill O'Reilly and Gaeton Fonzi calls the Fox News host's JFK story into question.

Why Pres. Obama, Clinton like 'House of Cards'

Beau Willimon, creator of 'House of Cards,' talks about the show's presidential fan club to CNNMoney's Brian Stelter.