As we forge ahead into a new year, we carry with us the lessons of 2012.
There were more reminders of the sad fragility of life, but also more evidence of the power of one voice demanding justice. We saw the evil in mankind and those who bravely risked everything in the name of humanity and freedom.
Anderson Cooper traveled the country and the world seeking the truth and meeting the people whose lives took a dramatic turn this year. He also honored the legacy of icons and heroes who passed away. Among them, we said goodbye to entertainers Dick Clark and Whitney Houston, and remarkable journalists Marie Colvin and Anthony Shadid.
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With your votes, AC360° is counting down the Top 10 2012 RidicuList inductees:
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Tonight at 8 p.m. ET, Tom Foreman takes stock of the year’s highs and lows, the risky business, and the unforgettable milestones in 2012. Aisha Tyler, Ben Stein, Julie Mason, Pete Dominick, Buddy Valastro, and Isha Sesay break it all down in politics, pop culture, technology and sports.
Remember Clint Eastwood’s empty chair, Prince Harry’s Vegas photos, Fearless Felix, the Olympic wins and losses, “Call Me Maybe,” “Liz & Dick,” Facebook going public, the iPhone 5 release, “Fifty Shades of Grey,” and TomKat splitting? It’s all in the show...we'll let you decide whether those qualify for the Best or Worst category!
Plus, we’re taking predictions for 2013. Tweet yours @AC360 and tune in tonight.
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