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December 31st, 2010
07:58 AM ET

A Look Back at 2010

When we think of 2010… there are stories that made us think, outraged us, made us laugh and even moved us to tears. We’re sure you have some favorites. Tell us what stories were the most memorable for you in 2010 and why?

We’ll read some of your responses during the 10 o’clock hour of CNN Newsroom.


Filed under: CNN Newsroom • Kyra Phillips
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  1. Sumeet

    The best political moment in 2010 was Anthony Weiner going after the republicans on the 9/11first responder's Health bill debate in July 2010. His outrage was a catharsis for all of us!!

    December 31, 2010 at 9:51 am |
  2. Tona Barkley

    In retrospect, from the vantage point of 20 to 50 years hence, the most memorable–and tragic–political story of 2010 will be the failure of Congress to pass–or even to debate–a climate or clean energy bill. Americans and the whole world are going to pay a huge price for our refusal to confront the biggest threat to our well-being in human history. We can still make a difference - but our leaders simply will not act and the general public seems to be in a trance. How can such a well-educated group of people as Americans be so blind and self-destructive?

    Kentucky

    December 31, 2010 at 9:59 am |
  3. Mary

    Miss Barbara Bush showed courage, as well as the independence her family obviously nurtured, when she spoke out on Fox news in favor of the current administration's health care reform bill. Barbara shared her belief that health care is a right not a privilege and that all people, not just those with money, should have access to health care. Bravo Barbara! Thank you for using your voice on behalf of Americans who may not have the time or know how to get involved. There is no doubt in this liberal mother's mind that your parents are very proud of you.

    December 31, 2010 at 10:11 am |
  4. Diana

    The best moments are the ones where your with your family and friends and all you see is hapiness. All you hear is laughter. You see love all around you. Thats an everyday thing and thats what you want to keep going on. Friends and family will always be there for you. Thats something I found out a long time ago.

    December 31, 2010 at 10:23 am |
  5. kimkey

    Yeap. In fact, did you know that Currently, many insurance companies do not allow adult children to remain on their parents' plan once they reach 19. Companies cannot do that any more. Search onilne for "Wise Health Insurance" and you can insure your kids if you are in the same boat.

    January 1, 2011 at 2:50 am |
  6. Carlie t

    Well for starters this was the first decade of the millinium. America took a great loss on 9/11 but it was not really what happened on 9/11 it was what happened the day after 9/11 that changed America. We still have not ended the Afganistan war even though we have been fighting for years now and still are fighting ,nothing new i guess. We have witness technology change amazingly unlike never before. We have seen some presidents come and go and have had the first African-American as president. We the people have seen alot over the past 10 years so much it cant all be said or wrote. It has been a amazing 10 years and the next ten will be even more amazing.

    January 12, 2011 at 4:54 am |