Edge on Demand: Looking Back at a Memorable 2016

A New Year’s poll by the Associated Press found that a majority of Americans believe things are going to get better for the country next year. But when it comes to 2016, Americans weren’t thrilled. Only 18 percent said things for the country got better. 33 percent said things got worse.

As far as the top stories of the year, the presidential election led the way. Other big stories included the terror attacks across the world, police officer shootings, the spread of the Zika virus, the Chicago Cubs World Series win and the deaths of several pop culture icons. So what will you remember most about 2016?

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