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Because even a year like this one can't be all bad.
A lot of awful things happened in 2016.
But it wasn't all bad news. Some really great things happened this year.
Giant pandas got taken off the endangered species list after more than 25 years.
SeaWorld stopped breeding killer whales in captivity.
Remember when Simone Biles crushed it at the Olympics?
How about when women broke a bunch of glass ceilings during the election?
The number of women of color in the Senate quadrupled. Kate Brown became the first openly LGBTQ governor in the U.S. And Kellyanne Conway became the first woman to run a successful U.S. presidential campaign.
And don't forget the time America's first black president and the daughter of a man born a slave opened the long-awaited National Museum of African American History and Culture.
We found out life expectancy in Africa has increased by 9.4 years since 2000.
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There were some 300 Native languages spoken when Europeans arrived to what is now America, but it's estimated only about 167 are still around today.
There are an estimated 36.5 million players in the U.S., and experts believe that requires more than 25,000 courts just to meet demand.
According to a recent poll, about 3 in 10 millennials say they have zero best friends and are often or always feeling lonely.
The Holyoke Police Department responded to the downtown area around 1 p.m. after getting multiple calls for help.
The Texas Rangers, Minnesota Twins, Arizona Diamondbacks and Philadelphia Phillies look to advance one step closer to the World Series.
The move is vital for protecting at least 25% of the world's marine species and over a billion people who depend on healthy coral reefs.