Bring That Year Back: The Top News Stories of 2012

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  • Arizona, immigration law, Show Me Your Papers
  • GAP, Manifest Destiny T-shirt
  • mass shooting, Lee Boyd Malvo, D.C. sniper
  • Hurricane Sandy, extreme weather, East Coast
  • Kevin Clash, Sesame Street, child sex abuse
  • Jordan Davis, Michael David Dunn
  • Dominique Strauss-Kahn, lawsuit, rape
  • The Year in Review
  • Sandy Hook Victims Mourned
  • Wayne LaPierre
  • N.C. Judge Commutes 3 Death Sentences; Cites Bias
  • The Mayan Apocalypse
  • Same-Sex Marriage Goes Before the Supreme Court
  • racism, Papa John's Pizza
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Doc McStuffins, Disney
  • Florida A&M University, Robert Champion
  • Barack Obama, same-sex marraige
  • USDA, discrimination
  • bath salts
  • Jahessye Shockley, missing children
  • Creflo Dollar, mega church, World Changers Church International
  • Rodney King, LAPD, drugs
  • Adidas, shackle shoes
  • Barack Obama, Obamacare, U.S. Supreme Court
  • The God Particle, Space, the Higgs Boson
  • Movie Theater Massacre, James Holmes, Aurora, Colorado
  • Chick-fil-A, same-sex-marriage
  • Bankruptcy, Scranton, Pennsylvania, Detroit, Stockton, California
  • Chavis Carter, suicide
  • Wade Michael Page, mass shooting, white supremacy
  • space, Curiosity rover, Mars
  • Jordan Miles, police brutality
  • Amir Jennings, missing children
  • NASA, Space, Shuttle Endeavour, California
  • iPhone 5, technology, smartphone, cellphone

D.C. Sniper Expresses Remorse

On the 10th anniversary of the shootings, D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo spoke out to victims' families in October, asking them to not allow the actions of him or his accomplice John Allen Muhammad "to victimize you for the rest of your life." (Photo: AP Photo/Chris Gardner, Pool, File)