2013's Biggest Cliffhangers

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The headlines from 2013 show a year filled with uprisings, celebrations, political change, social reform, promises both kept and broken, violence, peace treaties, royal births, iconic deaths, and much more. Yet, there is so much that leaves us wondering: What will happen in 2014?

We've rounded up the biggest cliffhangers of 2013 going into 2014 to get you thinking about everything from the next US president to the fate of Syria, who will be the Superbowl XLVIII champions and what's happening on your favorite TV shows.

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Hillary Clinton has said that she will be deciding whether she will run for president in 2016 during the 2014 year.
After Colorado and Washington led the way legalizing marijuana for both recreational and medicinal use, which states will follow suit?
As Edward Snowden remains an fugitive in Russia, there seems little way he will be leaving anytime soon. Will he be returned to the US for prosecution? Seek asylum in another country?
With Obamacare taking effect on January 1, 2014, will the American healthcare system become more or less effective?
How many more times does George Zimmerman have to wave his gun around before he gets locked up for good?
How far will President Vladimir Putin go to clean up the Russian human rights PR problem before the Sochi Olympics?
With playoff season ahead, it's still up in the air for which teams are on the road to the Superbowl.
Baby North West is here to stay, but can we say the same for Kim and Kanye's relationship?
Is winter really coming...
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