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Question 1: On Monday, there was a major development in the alleged rape case involving the Duke University lacrosse team and an exotic dancer. What was the development?

A. Three of the team’s players were officially charged with a crime.
B. DNA evidence did not link any of the team members to the crime.
C. An eyewitness came forward with new evidence about the crime.
D. The investigation into the crime was called off.

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Question 2: On Monday, hundreds of thousands of people marched in demonstrations across the U.S. to protest potential changes to immigration law. What is their primary concern with the proposed law?

A. It will make English the official U.S. language.
B. It will institute a system of national identification cards.

C. It will make crossing the border illegally a felony instead of a misdemeanor.
D. It will allocate $2 billion to building a fence along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Question 3: On Wednesday, major eye care company Bausch & Lomb suspended shipments of one of their ReNu brand contact lens solutions. Why?

A. It may be linked to an outbreak of fungal infections.
B. It may contain the wrong mixture of chemicals and enzymes.
C. Some bottles were accidentally labeled ReMu instead of ReNu.
D. Some bottles had defective child-safety caps.

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Question 4: On Tuesday, a U.S. governor declared a “State of Emergency.” Which state was this in, and what was the emergency?

A. California, because of major flooding from torrential rains.
B. Oklahoma, because of damage from monster tornadoes.
C. Pennsylvania, because of severe drought conditions.
D. Colorado, because of record snowfalls late in the season.

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Question 5: On Wednesday, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made an announcement about uranium enrichment. What was the announcement?

A. Iran will no longer try to enrich uranium.
B. Iran has successfully enriched uranium and plans to continue doing so.
C. Iran wants to buy uranium so that it can build more nuclear power plants.
D. Iran has built a small-scale nuclear weapon from enriched uranium.

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Question 6: On Tuesday, who threw out the first pitch at the Washington Nationals home opener against the New York Mets?

A. Nationals pitcher Ramon Ortiz
B. First Lady Laura Bush
C. Mayor Anthony Williams
D. Vice President Dick Cheney

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Question 7: On Monday, Italians voted in a national parliamentary election. How did incumbent Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's Conservative Party do?

A. They beat Romano Prodi's center-left coalition by a landslide.
B. They won by a narrow margin, and Romano Prodi refused to concede defeat.
C. They lost to Romano Prodi's center-left coalition by a significant amount.
D. They lost by a narrow margin, and Silvio Berlusconi refused to concede defeat.

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Question 8: On Thursday, Playboy magazine announced that it may pull one of its international editions because of massive protests against the publication. In what country did those protests occur?

A. Indonesia
B. China
C. Egypt
D. India

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Question 9: On Thursday, FEMA made an announcement about what should be done to homes and businesses that remain in New Orleans after being ravaged by Hurricane Katrina last summer. What did FEMA recommend?

A. They should be bulldozed and rebuilt
B. They should be moved three miles inland.
C. They should be raised three feet off the ground.
D. They should remain in place and be repaired as much as possible.

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Question 10: On Tuesday, child welfare officials reportedly made a visit to the home of a celebrity couple to check on the health of their baby. Which celebrity couple was it?

A. Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin
B. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner
C. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
D. Britney Spears and Kevin Federline

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Bonus Question: On Wednesday's edition of “Your World w/ Neil Cavuto,” Massachusetts' Republican governor, Mitt Romney, talked about a major bipartisan accomplishment that he helped to achieve in his state. What was that accomplishment?

A. Passing a bill that could create universal healthcare.
B. Eliminating the state's sales tax on items under $100.
C. Doubling the budget allocation for public schools.
D. Officially designating the Irish setter as the Massachusetts state dog.

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