The Packers continued their undefeated run with a contested win against the Giants, the Cowboys employed some questionable kicking tactics to lose against the Cardinals in the last two seconds of the game and the Redskins continued to be the Redskins in Week 13 of the NFL.
ABC News and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey took a look at the most relevant, important and resonating tweets to have been sent out over the past year, coming up with a list ranging between the beginning of a live account of the raid on bin Laden's compound, reactions to the Arab Spring and a successful attempt to get a free steak.
Different communities have different interests, and the Facebook community, with its hundreds of millions of members, is no different. Facebook listed the 40 most shared articles over the past year, which can be see here, but for now, take a look at 2011's top 10.
'Tis the season for holiday decorations to make their way out of the basement and onto the shelves, walls and living rooms of homes worldwide, and the White House is no different. The 2011 White House holiday decorations were unveiled on November 30, 2011.
Sometimes the news isn't about politics or global security, but about the strange and surreal goings-on of a man refusing millions of dollars, ghosts allegedly engaging in intercourse and a digital pop star. These are the top 10 odd news stories of 2011, as ranked by their popularity on UPI.com.
From Fukushima to Joplin, the world saw its fair share of natural disasters in 2011, with some, like the East Coast earthquake, owing their scope to surprise and social media and others, like the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan, astounding the world by their sheer ferocity.
Eleven months after the fall of Hosni Mubarak 45 million Egyptians are voting in the first round of six for it's upper and lower houses of parliament. The complicated process will take four months to conclude. Presidential elections are expected to be held in 2012.
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