2016 Recap – Listen to Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor Discuss the Year

2016 Recap – Listen to Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor Discuss the Year

2016 recap

In this year’s final episode of Charlie Eisenhood’s podcast, he looks back at the best and worst moments of 2016. Read their list of the top events and highlights of the year and choose your favorite. Or, read through the complete recap below. You’ll be glad you did. And, if you’re looking for a new podcast, listen to this one. You’ll find plenty of great content in here. And, you’ll definitely want to follow them on Twitter for the latest news and updates on everything.

Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor look back on 2016

In this episode, Charlie Eisenhood and Keith Raynor look at some of the biggest moments in 2016 from both the on and off-field. They also give their picks for the best teams of the year, as well as the Biggest Underdog of the Year. You will be able to find all of these picks right here! Read on to find out which ones topped their lists!

Highlights of the year

There were many things that made 2016 a memorable year. In sports, the Chicago Cubs won the World Series on November 7th, becoming the first team from the Midwest to win the World Series. Those who loved the Cubs were thrilled, and their comeback win kept millions of fans on edge. Celebrities also made the news in 2016.

In politics, the year was marked by several significant events, including the infamous Paris attacks. Trump boasted of sexual impropriety in a video released by the Washington Post, and WikiLeaks released thousands of Hillary Clinton campaign emails. On a humanitarian level, the Eurovision Song Contest was held in Stockholm, Sweden. Ukrainian entrant Jamala wins the competition. In politics, Hillary Clinton becomes the Democratic candidate for President in the 2016 DNC and becomes the first woman to be nominated by a major political party. Annular solar eclipses also were visible in areas of Gabon, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Congo.

Terrorism was another notable event in 2016. A lone truck plowed through a crowd at a Christmas market in Berlin. Though the main suspect was arrested and released after the attack, Islamic State claimed responsibility. While most people are no longer surprised by terrorism attacks, they remain on high alert. In Melbourne, a terrorist attack was foiled on Christmas eve. In Brussels, 32 people died in a terrorist attack, which was linked to a terror cell that also committed the deadly Paris attacks.

There was a lot going on in the world in 2016. In 2016, Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill met for the first time in over 1,000 years. The International Criminal Court was set up. US President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Donald Trump both criticized the country’s repressive laws. In other news, the world saw the release of the Panama Papers and a flurry of Trump victories. The Zika virus emerged as a major health threat and an outbreak of malaria.

World leaders were worried about the Rio Olympics. Brazil hosts the Olympics, despite a political crisis. US President Barack Obama visits Cuba for the first time since 1928. Meanwhile, Taiwan elects a new president, Tsai Ing-wen, who will continue to face close scrutiny from Beijing and the US. As a result, the country is under close scrutiny from US freedom of navigation patrols. All these events and others make 2016 a pivotal year.

Events of the year

In the year 2016, there were countless major news events. From the presidential election to the massive loss of cultural icons, there was a lot to cover and remember. The list includes David Bowie, Prince, Alan Rickman, Gene Wilder, Muhammad Ali, and many more. Other news events that made the headlines in 2016 included the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and the direct detection of gravitational waves. Some of the events that occurred in 2016 will continue into the year ahead.

During the year, the world witnessed several devastating terrorist attacks. In Burkina Faso, a deadly attack by al-Qaeda-linked militants leaves nearly 30 people dead. The following month, the Brussels airport bombing kills 32 people. The attack is attributed to the same terror cell that carried out the Paris attacks last year. While the number of victims is still unknown, the devastating attacks have left a significant impact on the world.

In Europe, terrorists kill dozens in Brussels. The Washington Post publishes a videotape of Donald Trump bragging about sexual impropriety. WikiLeaks releases thousands of Hillary Clinton campaign emails. Meanwhile, in Ukraine, the Eurovision Song Contest is held in Stockholm, Sweden. Jamala wins the competition. In the United States, Hillary Clinton is nominated for the Democratic Party in the 2016 presidential election. In Africa, an annular solar eclipse is visible in Congo, Gabon, and Tanzania.

Notable moments

The year 2016 was filled with major world events and tragic incidents. The year was a mixed bag of events that had lasting effects on millions of people. The 2016 election set the tone for the year, and the ensuing campaign enthralled us with allegations of racism, sexism, and cover-ups. In addition to the presidential election, the year brought us the Paris Agreement, the Rio Olympics, and more.

The year 2016 also marked a number of deaths, including the tragic deaths of several cultural icons. The list includes David Bowie, Prince, Alan Rickman, Gene Wilder, Muhammad Ali, and more. It also features political giants like Antonin Scalia and former first lady Nancy Reagan. But there were some positive moments in 2016, too. Here are some of the most memorable moments of 2016.

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