President Barack Obama speaks during a press conference in the briefing room of the White House Dec. 19, 2014 in Washington, D.C.
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Your turn: Vote on the best of 2014 from Hollywood to Congress

From Hollywood sizzle stories to midterm election surprises, it’s your turn to vote on the best of 2014. Get started before the ball drops!


What did you think were the most shocking Supreme Court decisions of 2014?

Before you vote, here’s a reminder of what each case was about: 

Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby – Ruled that corporations can be exempt from contraceptive coverage for religious reasons under the Affordable Care Act. 

Schuette vs. BAMN – Ruled that the ban on affirmative action in Michigan is constitutional. 

Riley vs. California – Ruled that a warrant-less search and seizure of digital content of a cell phone during an arrest is unconstitutional.

ABC vs. Aereo – Ruled that Aereo, an Internet service that streams broadcast TV programs on mobile devices, is illegal. 

McCullen vs. Coakley – Ruled that a Massachusetts law that set a 35-foot buffer zone around clinics, violates the First Amendment. 

The Republican Party was the big winner of the 2014 midterms by taking control of the Senate, 54-44-2, and remaining in control of the House. Which race result was the most shocking? 

Watch:  How the electoral map looks after midterms

Did you keep up with Hollywood this year? If so, vote on your favorite flick of 2014. 

Watch: ‘So Popular Screening Room:’ Holiday Edition!

Which news-related themes stuck with you the most?

Photos: This year in pictures 

Which Hollywood scandals captured your attention this year?

Scroll through the photo gallery to remember the biggest political movements of the year. Then vote below. 

Obama remarked on some his major accomplishments in 2014 in this year-end presser. Now, it’s your turn to weigh in: 

Thanks for all your support in 2014, .com’ers!  We look forward to an even better 2015.