There were a lot of things that happened this year in American politics, some of which you may have already completely forgotten about. Here are 110 of them:

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Congress voted this week to legalize the cultivation of hemp in the US after months of debate and negotiation between lawmakers.

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After two weeks of discordant and emotional negotiations, the nations of the world agreed Saturday night on a set of rules meant to help curb global warming.

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Instead of "It's a Wonderful Life," it was a "Wonderful Trump" on "Saturday Night Live."

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More than a month after falling and fracturing three ribs, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says that she is "almost repaired."

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Former Vice President Joe Biden holds the pole position in the first CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll among likely 2020 Democratic caucusgoers, with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke joining him as the only possible candidates in the field with double-digit support.

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Whether you know it or not, Obamacare has affected nearly every American.

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In yet another unnecessary attack on the first lady, CNN contributor Kate Anderson Brower, who purports to be an expert on the customs and norms of first ladies and yet has never met Melania Trump, wrote Thursday that Mrs. Trump "proved that she doesn't understand what it means to be first lady."

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NASA sent the spacecraft Juno to Jupiter in 2011. Well, it took a little while for Juno to get there -- but it delivered.

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Weeks of devastating legal revelations have left Donald Trump's political career clouded by criminality and his life, presidency and business empire under assault by relentless prosecutors on multiple fronts.

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Parents of a teen who died by suicide say a Catholic priest used their son's funeral to condemn suicide and suggested the teen may not gain entrance into heaven.

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President Donald Trump has announced his final choice in the chief of staff sweepstakes: Budget Director Mick Mulvaney. The announcement, made predictably via Twitter on Friday, ends more than a week of "Apprentice"-like scrambling to figure out who would replace outgoing Chief of Staff John Kelly. Nick Ayers (Vice President Mike Pence's former chief of staff), Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie and David Bossie were all in the mix.

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In a rare interview Wednesday night Melania Trump proved that she doesn't understand what it means to be first lady.

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President Donald Trump used the threat of impeachment to rev up his base before the 2018 midterms and since then he's given thought to the prospect he could be impeached.

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The Parkland tragedy launched one of the biggest grassroots movements of the year, with young people like Emma Gonzalez at the helm. In the wake of more mass shootings, Trump proposed arming guards at houses of worship while others pushed for better background checks. Will this year generate real legislative change?

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