This week, new developments were made following the tragedy in Paris, the classic rock band Survivor sued a GOP presidential candidate and the Oxford Dictionaries chose an unconventional word of the year.
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More than half of the U.S. governors said this week that they either oppose accepting Syrian refugees or will not allow any more into their states
Fogle admitted to paying for sex with girls as young as 16 and receiving child pornography produced by his charitable foundation’s former director
This GOP member becomes the third Republican to end their 2016 race.
Since People magazine began awarding the title 30 years ago, Denzel Washington is the only person of color to be named “Sexiest Man Alive”.
Sheen also admitted to having paid off several unnamed people, some of whom were prostitutes, in order to keep his HIV status a secret.
After Friday evening’s attacks, Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Joann Starr wrote that Paris is “about life” rather than religion in response to the #PrayForParis hashtag that was trending on social media.
In 2012, Survivor sued former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich for a similar situation.
Previous Words of the Year have included vape, selfie and GIF.
This is not the first time Mali has battled Islamic terrorism. Islamic fighters with ties to al-Qaeda occupied the northern region of the country for most of 2012 before they were driven out by a French-led military operation.