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3 reasons the 2018 stock market rally is downright weird

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Remember this moment: Wall Streed is in the midst of one of the strongest starts to a new year in history. And it comes off 2017’s “perfect year” that saw the S&P 500 rise on a total-return basis every month. That has never happened before.  Transportation stocks are leading the …

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Mira Sorvino sorry for working with Woody Allen

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Mira Sorvino is the latest actress to say she regrets working with director Woody Allen. Sorvino, who was one of the first to go public with accusations against Harvey Weinstein, says in an open letter to Dylan Farrow that she is “terribly sorry” for working with Allen. Farrow, Allen’s adopted …

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Tattoos lead police to arrest fugitive gang member

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BANGKOK — Thai police said they have arrested a 74-year-old fugitive Japanese gang member who was recognized when photos of his full-body tattoos were circulated online. A police statement said Shigeharu Shirai was arrested Wednesday in a province north of Bangkok where he has been hiding for over 10 years …

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Family outraged over patient's death after altercation in ER

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A Texas family is alleging that a confrontation between police and one of their relatives in a hospital emergency room involved the use of excessive force, CBS affiliate KHOU-TV reports. The 25-year-old man died after the 2016 incident. The county coroner’s office listed the cause of death as “undetermined.” Manuel …

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For DACA medical students, uncertainty and fear

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Loyola University’s medical school, located in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois, was the first to officially accept undocumented students back in 2014. There are now 32 DACA-status students being trained there. A group of the school’s future doctors spoke to CBS News’ Adriana Diaz about what it’s like to be …

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Man hailed as a hero for rescuing baby from mudslides

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MONTECITO, Calif. — First Berkeley Johnson heard the roar, then he saw the rush of mud. “Coming up from the river was just trees dropping, and then I saw it, probably 20 feet high of just rock and cars and trunks of trees, and I just ran for it,” Johnson told …

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