What was the biggest news in 2010?
Top 10 News Stories of 2010
- WikiLeaks Dumps Documents. Dan Kitwood / Getty Images.
- Haiti Earthquake. ROBERTO SCHMIDT / AFP via Getty Images.
- Chile’s Miner Miracle.
- Economy Busts and EU Bailouts.
- North Korea Attacks.
- Iran’s Nuclear Defiance.
- Hello (and Goodbye) Vuvuzela.
- U.S. Combat Operations in Iraq End.
What was going on in the world in the year 2010?
Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, is inaugurated. Damaged buildings in Port-au-Prince following the Haiti earthquake on January 12. Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion was the worst marine oil spill in history. Kyrgyzstan Revolution: people entering the White House in Bishkek on 7 April.
What are the top 10 news stories of 2013?
Top 10 U.S. News Stories. 1 1. The Snowden Leaks. The Guardian / Getty Images. 2 2. The Boston Marathon Bombing. 3 3. Obamacare’s Bungled Rollout. 4 4. The Supreme Court Finds for Gay Marriage. 5 5. The Federal Government Shuts Down.
Which is the most searched news story on Yahoo?
The country didn’t get one, unless you count the government shutdown – which almost made the year’s ranking of the most-searched news stories on Yahoo.
Who are some famous people that died in 2013?
It was a year which saw a number of notable deaths, including Margaret Thatcher, Nelson Mandela and Hugo Chavez, the Pope’s resignation and a meteorite crash in Russia. But 2013 also saw other issues engaging BBC News website readers.
Who was the Person of the Year in 2013?
In 2013, Pope Francis would be credited with a boom in Sunday Mass attendance and even in Catholic school enrollment. In fact, his impact would be so great, TIME Magazine would name Pope Francis the Person of the Year for 2013, beating out Edward Snowden and Miley Cyrus.