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Violent riots broke out in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson this August after an unarmed teen named Michael Brown was fatally shot by a police officer.
Witnesses allegedly stated that Brown had his hands up at the time of the shooting -- which was later disputed by police officer Darren Wilson -- added to the fury. A grand jury decided not to indict Wilson on criminal charges. Ten days later, a New York grand jury also decided not to indict a police officer in the death of Eric Garner, a black man in Staten Island who put in an apparent choke hold by a white police officer after Garner was allegedly caught selling loose cigarettes.
These cases and others prompted national protests demanding an end to aggressive use of force by police. The investigation into the shooting determined that the man had posted threats to police on his Instagram account shortly before the shooting, specifically citing Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
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It wasn't a human who made the giant step for mankind this year but a spacecraft that achieved the previously impossible task of landing on a moving comet with the help of the European Space Agency. The Philae, a robotic lander, was launched from the Rosetta spacecraft after a year journey and successfully latched onto the hurling rock, later named Agilkia.
Though Philae ran out of battery more quickly than expected since it inadvertently landed in a shady spot on the comet that prevented some recharging via solar panels, it was still able to transmit data back to scientists on the ground that was previously out of reach. First it was the online release of at least five Sony movies including 'Annie' and 'Fury. Then the threats turned violent, when the hacking group identified as "The Guardians of Peace" warned that any theater that released the movie called "The Interview," where two Americans assassinate Kim Jong Un, would face a "bitter fate The world will be full of fear.
Remember the 11th of September ," the hackers warned. Theaters then said they would not show the film, and Sony said that they would not release it as a result-- a move that was criticized by many, including President Obama, as caving to terrorist demands. On Christmas Eve-- the day before it was originally scheduled to be released -- Sony announced that it would be available through Google Play and YouTube almost instantly and more than independent theaters followed by holding screenings on Christmas.
President Obama made a landmark announcement in mid-December declaring that the U. The move came after the two governments were able to strike a deal releasing American Alan Gross who had been held by Cuban authorities for five years. The Year in Photos Here is a look at some of this year's major news stories: Ebola Epidemic Becomes Global Health Crisis The deadliest outbreak of Ebola, a deadly hemorrhagic fever, started in West Africa in the spring of and began to spread rapidly in late summer.
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The Biggest News Stories of As Trump argues for a wall, a border security measure gets pulled back. Girl who died fled intensely poor Guatemalan village. Report rips expensive decisions in California wildfire fight. Man who demolished landmark house ordered to build replica. UN climate talks agree on reporting emissions. O'Rourke, other Dems don't want tent city's contract renewed. Thousands of troops to remain on US-Mexico border as original deployment ends.
Thousands of teachers march in Los Angeles as strike looms. Trump picks Office of Management and Budget head as new acting chief of staff. Jon Kyl, temporary replacement for McCain, to resign at year's end. FBI interview didn't lead Michael Flynn to make false statements.
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Pompeo calls Canadians' detention in China 'unlawful' amid trade tensions. Trump claims without evidence that Mexico will pay for border wall via trade deal. Senate vote has little impact on US military mission in Yemen. Trump administration mulls restrictions on fetal tissue in federally-backed research. Flake bids farewell to Congress, warns US not 'immune' to authoritarianism.
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White House unveils new strategy for Africa to counter Russian and Chinese influence. Heavy rain, potential flooding threaten East Coast over the weekend. Russia claims US ignoring outreach on nuclear disagreement. Brazil's gay couples exchange vows in collective ceremony. Lake Placid hosted the Olympic Winter Games for the second time. Winner of the Tony for Best Musical, this show charmed audiences with spectacular choreography and songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Commemorating the military service of New York State residents who served their country in Southeast Asia between and , including more than 4, who lost their lives or were declared missing in action, the memorial was the first such state effort in the nation. The musical Phantom of the Opera — now a multi-Tony Award winner and the longest-running show on Broadway — opened.
On February 26, a terrorist attack at the World Trade Center killed six people and injured more than In , militant Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and nine others were convicted of conspiracy charges, and in , Ramzi Yousef, believed to have been the mastermind, was convicted of the bombing. Al-Qaeda involvement was suspected.
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Among other things, he set out to reduce crime and reinvent the Times Square area as a family-friendly tourist destination. She was the first female senator to represent New York.
On September 11, terrorist attacks destroyed the World Trade Center. Nearly 3, people were killed. The NY Stock Exchange closed for four days—its longest closure since Governor Paterson is nationally recognized as a leading advocate for the visually and physically impaired. The plan is part of an experiment to create open spaces for tourists and make the city even more pedestrian friendly. On June 24, New York became the sixth state in the nation to legalize same-sex marriage. Set beside the East River between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, the elegant carousel has 48 hand-carved horses and brilliant lights.
Housed in a spectacular Pavilion designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel, it delights local children and visitors from around the world. It was the deadliest and most destructive tropical cyclone of the Atlantic hurricane season, as well as the second-costliest hurricane in US history at the time. Voluntourism focused on the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy.
Raging waters engulfed the carousel, set on a three-foot-high pavilion that usually stands 30 feet from the river. From seven stories above and a block away, neighbors took a photo of the still-lit pavilion—surrounded by surging tides that threatened to wash it away. The Brooklyn Bridge Underground Railroad. Cookies are used for measurement, ads, and optimization.
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