Tightrope walker Nik Wallenda walks on a 3/4 inch diameter wire on November 2, 2014.
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ICYMI Quiz: Which stories did you miss during midterms week?

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The midterm elections dominated the news this week, but a lot of interesting stories happened while we were all watching those returns. Did you find time to follow them?

The special is not a hoax —and the channel said the stunt has already been filmed. 

Wallenda’s wire-walk got more than 7 million views.

Gyllenhaal joined “Morning Joe” to talk about his leading role.

The NFL has been in need of a positive story in the wake of the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson scandals, and, in the last few weeks, Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive tackle Devon Still has come to the rescue.

The apology? The comedian tweeted sarcastically, “I’m sure you’ll be ok. You’re gorgeous & talented. I hope that didn’t offend u.” 

The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland says the bakery must pay a fine for violating the country’s anti-discrimination laws, or go to court.

Gaither was rescued from the car of her abductor on the side of the road in Jessup, Maryland.

Although the all-star third baseman had admitted to steroids use in the past, he had steadfastly denied using banned substances after he joined the New York Yankees in 2004.

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ICYMI Quiz: Which stories did you miss during midterms week?

Updated