As 2016 winds down, let's look back on what stories you couldn't get enough of.
So here — and in no particular order — are the 10 most-read articles of 2016. Click the headlines below if you’re feeling nostalgic and want to view the full story.
A study published by Nature Climate Change found that sticking to the emissions target determined in the Paris climate talks could save the U.S. trillions within the next 15 years — oh, and prevent 175,000 premature deaths.
Written shortly after news of Volkswagen's emissions-cheating scandal broke, this piece speculated how the automaker might compensate American owners of vehicles equipped with the rigged software.
President-elect Donald Trump's ubiquitous "Make America Great Again" campaign swag drew heavy criticism for being made overseas during his campaign for the White House.
Remember, at the start of the year, when sprinkling wood pulp on your pasta was the scariest thing to come out of 2016?
Yeah, me too.
America doesn’t seem to feel the need for speed — at least on the rails.
Three people died as a result of the explosion, with eight others seriously injured and 17 others suffering lighter injuries.
Not everyone was happy about OSHA's new accident-reporting rule.
The Panama Canal’s $5.25 billion decade-long expansion had only been online for about a month when this incident occurred.
General Mills announced a "restructuring" of its global supply chain that will impact an additional 1,400 jobs — including 550 in the U.S.
This easily qualifies as one of the most bizarre stories of 2016.
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