n this November 10, 2014 handout photo illustration provided by the European Space Agency (ESA) the Rosetta probe (L) and Philae lander are pictured above the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet.

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A wide and wild variety of topics made news this week — from a historic space landing and major climate agreement to Kim Kardashian’s butt. Were you paying attention? Find out:

The lander was the high point of a $1.3 billion, 10-year mission.

The agreement came amid President Obama’s attendance at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Beijing.

The image shows the black model pouring champagne backwards into a glass perched on her butt.

If confirmed, Lynch will be the first African-American female attorney general in American history.

The Louisiana Senate runoff will be held on Dec. 6, 2014.

New Hampshire Senator-elect Kelly Ayotte nominated McConnell. 

“My infection represents but a fraction of the more than 13,000 cases reported in Africa, the center of the outbreak, where families are torn apart and communities destroyed,” Spencer said. “Please join me in turning our attention back to West Africa.”

Begich has not yet conceded the race and plans to wait until all the votes are counted.

One of the motorized cables on the scaffolding snapped or came loose, leaving the two men hanging at a steep angle.

Carson looks to be gearing up for a long-shot 2016 presidential run.

Quizmaster? Tuesday was Veterans Day – how much do you know about the origins of the holiday and the state of veterans affairs today?

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