What a year it was -- 2020 was truly one for the books.
We don’t need to beat around the bush much; you know the whirlwind that constituted this crazy year. So without further ado ... all the things you’re going to tell your grandchildren someday:
Bushfires in Australia rage on
Although these started in late 2019, Australia continued battling a devastating wildfire season in January. At least 33 people died, along with thousands of animals; families were displaced, and at least 27.2 million acres of bush, forest and parks across the country were burned, according to the BBC. It was considered a state of emergency as fire officials worked to get the situation under control.
Iranian general Qasem Soleimani killed in a drone strike by the U.S.