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Analysis: US enemies are lining up to test Joe Biden

President Joe Biden is confronting a series of distinct but interlocking global crises and hotspots with US foes lining up to test the mettle of an under-pressure leader and their own sense that the United States is a retreating global power.

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Opinion: What Gorsuch's masklessness says about society

On Friday, we witnessed an unusually ugly spectacle at the US Supreme Court. Neil Gorsuch sat on the bench maskless (as he also has on other occasions), while his colleague Sonia Sotomayor -- who as a diabetic is at higher risk of severe disease if she contracts Covid-19 -- participated remotely from her chambers. A Court spokesperson didn't respond to a question from The Washington Post about the incident. But it would make sense for Sotomayor, who usually sits next to Gorsuch and has reportedly expressed concerns about contracting Covid-19, to be uncomfortable that he wasn't wearing a mask. The episode was a shocking display of male entitlement.

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New Covid-19 guidelines surprised local officials

State and local health officials say they are struggling to make sense of the new Covid-19 isolation and quarantine guidelines from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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SenseTime reopens IPO, but excludes US investors

Chinese artificial intelligence giant SenseTime has revived its $767 million initial public offering, just days after it had delayed its public debut after being hit by another US blacklist.

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The cult classic that established the 'Wes Anderson' effect turns 20

If a Wes Anderson fan were to make a list of all the things that make them so bewitched with the director's films, it might include the following: bespoke design, symmetrical close-ups, a highly saturated color palette, eccentric characters and impeccably studied outfits. But also carefully shot compositions, elaborate sets, observant human comedy and a sense for the whimsical that few other filmmakers have been able to match.

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CNN checks in with British grandpa who won viewers' hearts

Martin Kenyon won viewers' hearts last year in a CNN interview as he became among the first in the UK to receive a Covid-19 vaccine outside clinical trials. He quickly became an internet sensation with his British sense of humor. CNN's Cyril Vanier catches up with Kenyon one year after his first vaccination.

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The world's tastiest dumplings

How to define a dumpling? In its most basic sense, it's a pocket of dough filled with some form of savory or sweet stuffing.

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Analysis: 'Eternals' highlights the limits elite directors face with Marvel, 'Star Wars' and DC movies

Chloé Zhao was riding about as high as a director can coming off a pair of critically acclaimed independent-style darlings, "The Rider" and "Nomadland," earning an Oscar for the latter. Yet the prevailing sense among critics and many movie-goers that she couldn't completely tame "Eternals," Marvel's latest phase of its superhero universe, renews questions about the tradeoffs for prestige filmmakers wading into such well-established franchises.

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