Doctors Without Borders workers suit up in protective clothing before entering an Ebola ward at the Elwa Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia, Aug. 23, 2014.
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2014: The year in quiz questions


From Eric Garner protests to Ebola, this was a news-packed year. Do you remember the details from the major stories of 2014?

Get the latest on the ISIS leaders killed on the battlefield in the last seven weeks.

Malaysia Airlines decided to restructure after its difficult year.

Read about Bill Gates’ recent donation to fight Ebola in Africa.

Watch Rev. Al Sharpton’s discuss new doubts surrounding a key witness in the Michael Brown shooting case.

Former President Bill Clinton recently declared that Eric Garner “didn’t deserve to die.”

Get Chris Matthews’ take on why the Scottish independence referendum failed.

The NFL is preparing a report to be published later this month on the release of the Ray Rice tape.

Watch Congressional scholar Norman Ornstein’s reaction to the Republicans’ midterm rout.

Check out the details on the Secret Service report addressing this and other failures of the agency.

See what the new owner of the Clippers has to say about the team’s future.

Take a look at this photo essay of how Gazans are dealing with the aftermath of the conflict.

Sadly, in November Boko Haram attacked and overran the town where it kidnapped more than 200 girls in April. 

Obama recently defended his executive action in an op-ed, writing, “Immigration benefits everyone.”