Bring That Year Back: The Top News Stories of 2012

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  • iPhone 5, technology, smartphone, cellphone
  • 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

Manifest Destiny Shirt Goes Too Far?

The Gap clothing store pulled its controversial "Manifest Destiny" shirt from stores in October because the slogan refers to a 19th-century concept that led to the slaughter of millions of Native-Americans. (Photo: courtesy Gap)