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Pisani: Are we at a market top? Signs flash yellow

Stocks breaking out or breaking down?
Source: CNBC.com | By: Bob Pisani
D'oh! Is 'The Simpsons' parting company with Harry Shearer?

NEW YORK- An escalating contract dispute suggests that Harry Shearer may be exiting "The Simpsons," where he has voiced several of its characters since the Fox cartoon series debuted in 1989.. Hours later, "Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean tweeted, "The show will go on, made by people who love it... A statement from Jean and fellow "Simpsons" executive producers James L....
Source: The Associated Press | By: By FRAZIER MOORE, AP Television Writer
Not excellent: Voice of Mr Burns quits Simpsons?

The long-running TV cartoon series could be saying goodbye to a key member of its voice cast, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Phillip Tutt
ASCO's immunotherapies update  

CNBC's Meg Tirrell takes a look at new cancer-fighting drugs and other therapies in the pipeline.
Source: CNBC.com
UPDATE 3-U.S. NSA's phone spying program ruled illegal by appeals court

*U.S. appeals court says Congress did not authorize spy program. *White House and Congress work on an alternative program. NEW YORK, May 7- A U.S. spying program that systematically collects millions of Americans' phone records is illegal, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday, putting pressure on Congress to quickly decide whether to replace or end a...
Source: Reuters | By: Jonathan Stempel
UPDATE 2-U.S. NSA domestic phone spying program illegal -appeals court

While stopping short of declaring the program unconstitutional, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan said Congress did not authorize the National Security Agency to collect Americans' phone records in bulk. Lynch said it is for Congress to make clear whether it considers the NSA program permissible. Federal appeals courts in Washington, D.C. and...
Source: Reuters | By: Jonathan Stempel