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News, Sports, and Entertainment Pictures of the Year


November 18, 2010

This time of year all manner of retrospectives hit the newstands and the internet. Best this, best that of 2010. Our editors combed through the countless News, Sports, and Entertainment images to create three quite provocative “Best of” collections. Do you agree? Did we leave anything out?


The best pictures of 2010 include tons of red carpets, portraits, theater and fashion. Notable stories of the year include Sandra Bullock’s win for Best Actress Academy Award for her role in “The Blind Side”, Lady Gaga’s world tour, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” film release, and the rise of 3D films and popularity due in part to the success of James Cameron’s “Avatar”.

View all the Entertainment Pictures of the Year.


This collection of the best News pictures in 2010 document from the year-long fight for health care in the United States, the 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Haiti, the Shanghai World Expo, civil unrest worldwide, the Deepwater horizon disaster in the Gulf to the sex-abuse scandals affecting the Catholic Church.

View all the News Pictures of the Year.


The Sports collection features the top stories from the Winter Games in Vancouver and the World Cup in South Africa to the Ryder Cup in Wales, amongst many other top feats in sports.

View all the Sports Pictures of the Year



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