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'Coming 2 America' brings Eddie Murphy back, riding a wave of nostalgia

"Coming 2 America" was clearly designed to be crowd-pleasing back when crowds were possible, and as such it's among the few movies redirected from theaters to streaming that have genuinely lost something because of it. That said, it's still a good deal of fun, reassembling old faces from the 1988 original while adding plenty of new ones.

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Analysis: Beware false (Trump) idols!

On Sunday morning, Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana told CNN's Dana Bash something very important about the future of his party.

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Opinion: Biden's tricky tango with Congress

"There are men of character in the U.S. Congress, both House and Senate. There are women of character, too. But the evidence for 'character' needs to be something other than the iteration of the word itself," writes Marjorie Garber in her book "Character: The History of a Cultural Obsession."

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US Soccer scraps anthem-kneeling policy

United States Soccer on Saturday voted to end a ban on players kneeling during the national anthem, something they have done to protest racial inequality and police brutality.

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'Sounded like something exploded': Witness describes incident

A United Airlines flight bound for Honolulu was forced to return to Denver International Airport after suffering an engine issue, a spokesperson for the airport told CNN. CNN's Erica Hill speaks to Kieran Cain, who took photos of plane debris that landed in a nearby neighborhood.

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The family emergency Congress could actually fix

Rocio Flores was only a few days into her new job at a daycare center last March when Covid-19 caused businesses and schools to shut down. Soon enough, the center where she worked reopened. But, as she told NPR in September, her kids' school did not. So, like so many working parents during the pandemic, Flores had to decide whether to earn a paycheck to support her family or quit her job so she could be with her 7- and 12-year-old at home. She decided she had to earn money, but every day, she said she went to work scared that something could happen to her kids while she couldn't be there with them.

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The accountability era begins

Immediately following his impeachment acquittal, former President Donald Trump issued a statement saying his movement "has only just begun." He is right about one thing: Something has only just begun, but it's not another chapter of the conspiracies and lies to which Trump clings. The movement that just got kicked into high gear is an era of accountability.

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Kamala Harris' marriage could challenge a racial taboo

Nikki Buskirk was watching vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff wave to supporters at an Election Night celebration in November when the future second gentleman did something that made Buskirk glow with admiration.

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That cat Zoom filter is almost impossible to find. Here's why

When attorney Rod Ponton showed up for a virtual court hearing over Zoom on Tuesday, he quickly realized something was wrong. While in real life he is a human, to other participants of the video call — including Judge Roy B. Ferguson of the 394th Judicial District Court in Texas — he looked like a cat. Specifically, a white cat with gray markings and large, despairing eyes.

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