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  • Violence Dropped Again In 2018

    The number of shootings in town fell again in 2018, continuing a multi-year trend.

    New Haven Independent
  • All The Cars That Died In 2018

    All of us must face death eventually. That is even true of our best friends, the cars. It’s inevitable and natural. But when the death is indicative of a greater and more depressing trend, then it’s extremely sobering. This year, we saw the death of a lot of sedans. Like, a lot a lot. Here are the cars that died in 2018. More

    www.gizmodo.com.au
  • 2018, the Year of the Worker

    If 2017 was the year of the investor — with stock market gains of more than 25 percent during President Donald Trump's first year in office — then 2018 was undoubtedly the year of the American worker. Please support CNSNews today! [a 501(c)(3) non-profit production of the Media Research Center] DONATE Or, book travel through MRC’s Travel...

    CNS News
  • A roundup of 2018 roundups

    From the Library Journal's Infodocket: "A Curated Collection of Recently Published or Updated Data-Rich Reports Available on the Web", from climate cost breakdowns to Nielsen's top nonalcoholic beverages (sparkling water is very much on-trend) and much, much more. (Thanks, Gary!) (Image: Meg Stewart, CC-BY) Read the rest

    Boing Boing
  • The best stocks of 2018

    The stock market had a miserable 2018, but some companies bucked the trend to post an exceptionally good year. Of the 505 companies in the S&P 500, only 160 managed to post a positive year in 2018. That's less than a third — not surprising when the S&P 500 is down 7%, on its way to the worst year since the Great Recession. Still, companies from Abiomed to Zoetis and dozens of companies in between managed to post strong gains. Businesses as diverse as Macy's and McCormick were up in...

    WPLG
  • Best of Journalism 2018

    Pity the honest media critic.

    Fox News
  • The Year in Photos 2018

    From top to bottom: Christine Blasey Ford by Win McNamee, Emma Gonzalez by Jonathan Ernst, White House rally by Carolyn Kaster, Indian LGBT activist by Abhishek Chinnappa, Nakosha Smith of the Caramel Curves motorcycle club by Akasha Rabut, and a young churchgoer at Orthodox Easter service by Mikhail Svetlov. That’s just a tiny slice of 2018

    kottke.org
  • The Best Breweries of 2018

    2018 was full of great beer, but these breweries impressed us the most this year.

    pastemagazine.com
  • We Need Not Repeat 2018

    Let's learn from our past. The post We Need Not Repeat 2018 appeared first on RedState.

    RedState
  • My Top Stories of 2018 (What Are Yours?)

    As I look over the stories I’ve covered for RedState in 2018, I have certainly have favorites. Here’s my list — the Top 34, in the order they were posted. That’s 34 — like the number of the 20th century’s most amazing athlete: Bo Jackson. Anyway, if you didn’t catch some of these, I hope you’ll do that now. Please leave your comments | Read More

    RedState
  • Our favorite games of 2018

    It didn't take long for us to declare 2017 a pretty great year for games, with a spectacular roster that included Super Mario Odyssey, Wolfenstein: The New Colossus and Assassin's Creed Origins. In our roundup last December we also listed what we wer

    Engadget
  • All the celebrity splits of 2018

    Love didn't necessarily die in 2018, but these couples' romances and marriages didn't make it to 2019.

    Fox News
  • Celebrities we lost in 2018

    From stars Anthony Bourdain and Stan Lee, to musical icons like Aretha Franklin and Dolores O'Riordan, 2018 was a tragic year for celebrity deaths.

    globalnews.ca
  • Most popular apps of 2018

    CLEVELAND, Ohio – You may not realize it but we’ve already celebrated National Download Day in 2018. December 28 is the busiest day in America for downloading apps each year because many people have new gadgets from Christmas they are beginning to explore. Apple has released its 2018 most popular apps, and the results probably won’t surprise you, but the order might. YouTube jumped to the number one spot from the number three spot last year. 1. YouTube 2. Instagram [

    fox8.com
  • Our Favorite Smartphones of 2018!

    We take a trip down memory lane and review all our favorite smartphones from 2018. Which device is your favorite? GoogleLGAppleSamsungOnePlus

    PhoneDog
  • Celebrities we lost in 2018

    From stars Anthony Bourdain and Stan Lee, to musical icons like Aretha Franklin and Dolores O'Riordan, 2018 was a tragic year for celebrity deaths.

    Global News
  • These were our most popular videos of 2018

    In the last days of 2018 we take a look back and see what we have accomplished in the past 12 months. A lot of thought and hard work went into our YouTube channel, so we decided to share the most popular videos of the year. Samsung introduced the Galaxy A8 (2018) early in the year and it has been watched and liked plenty of times. No wonder it gathered over a million views with its tall Infinity Display and properly-placed fingerprint scanner. The Galaxy S9+ flagship is a massive improvement...

    www.gsmarena.com
  • 2018, the year of the worker

    If 2017 was the year of the investor with stock market gains of more than 25 percent during President Trump's first year in office, 2018 was undoubtedly the year of the American worker. These past 12 months have slammed Wall Street hard with half of 2017's stock blockbuster gains surrendered.

    www.washingtontimes.com