2014 has been a year filled with big news stories on race, politics, terrorism and privacy and much more, that have set the tone for 2015.

We started off the year by Colorado making history, becoming the first state in the US to allow for the sale of marijuana for recreational use. Then Obamacare’s technical glitches and consumer confusion. The rise of ISIS, that gained momentum by capturing territory throughout Iraq and Syria, killing thousands along the way, and  posting online barbaric videos of beheadings. The Ebola outbreak that took the lives of more than 6000 people. The disappearance of  Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, carrying 239 passengers and crew,  during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The racial tensions that erupted in Ferguson, after Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, was shot and killed by a white police officer. The death of Robin Williams. The Domestic violence in the NFL. The Sony hacking before the release of the movie “The Interview”, accusing North Korea, but then later learning that it was a former Sony employee.

And finally our own top 20 photographs most “LIKED” by our facebook followers 😉

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