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On this day, many years ago, Bing Crosby and James Brown were born, decades apart. Can you guess which year Crosby was born in? How about Brown?

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Five things to know before the market opens

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There is a Wall Street saying that goes like this: “Sell in May, go away.” But that does not appear to be coming to fruition this morning. During premarket trading, shares of stocks yoked to an economic recovery were performing well.

Over the weekend, Charlie Munger of Berkshire Hathaway shared who would take over for Warren Buffett as the company’s CEO (more on that story at the link, below). And during his annual meeting, Buffett expressed his disgust with Robinhood, saying the company has “become a very significant part of the casino aspect, the casino group, that has joined into the stock market in the last year or year and a half.”

And Apple is set to deal with one of its biggest legal battle in years, beginning today.

And finally, this morning Verizon shared that it plans to sell its media group to Apollo Global management.

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Four astronauts landed in the ocean after reaching this epic milestone

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Over the weekend, a four-astronaut crew landed safely in the Gulf of Mexico after logging a record milestone. The SpaceX Crew Dragon “Resilience” crew recorded the longest-ever U.S. human spaceflight.

Shannon Walker, Mike Hopkins, Victor Glover and Soichi Noguchi arrived at the International Space Station in November, logging an epic five-plus months in space.

When they arrived back on Earth yesterday, mission control quipped: “We welcome you back to planet Earth and thanks for flying SpaceX. For those of you enrolled in our frequent flyer program, you’ve earned 68 million miles on this voyage.”

Spacecraft commander Mike Hopkins joked back: “Space X, ‘Resilience’ is back on planet Earth, and we’ll take those miles–are they transferable?”

What do we know about the next six-month stint at the space station?

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Fedrick Frost is the Editor-in-Chief of Morning Bullets. He mainly writes about Politics, The Economy and breaking news. With over 35 years in jounralism he has been influential in helping the morning bullets newsletter readers be informed every morning.