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The Top Stories On NPR.org In 2017

Top Stories from left to right: If Raw Fruits Or Veggies Give You A Tingly Mouth, It's A Real Syndrome; No Jail Time For 19-Year-Old In Idaho Coat-Hanger Assault Case; Flattening The 'Mummy Tummy' With 1 Exercise, 10 Minutes A Day; In A Surprise Send-Off, Obama Awards Biden Presidential Medal Of Freedom.
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Top Stories from left to right: If Raw Fruits Or Veggies Give You A Tingly Mouth, It's A Real Syndrome; No Jail Time For 19-Year-Old In Idaho Coat-Hanger Assault Case; Flattening The 'Mummy Tummy' With 1 Exercise, 10 Minutes A Day; In A Surprise Send-Off, Obama Awards Biden Presidential Medal Of Freedom.

From shocking science news to human tragedies and political surprises, NPR's readers embraced a wide range of stories in 2017. Through hundreds of millions of pageviews, our audience followed along as the year presented news like we've never seen before.

Here are the most-viewed stories of NPR.org in 2017:

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Bill Chappell is a writer and editor on the News Desk in the heart of NPR's newsroom in Washington, D.C.
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