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Question 1: On Monday, the cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah officially took effect. Who claimed victory in the conflict?

A. Hezbollah
B. Israel
C. Both sides claimed victory
D. Neither side claimed victory

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Question 2: On Monday, Kate Hudson's publicist announced that she and Chris Robinson are splitting up after nearly six years of marriage. Hudson is the daughter of what famous silver screen star?

A. Sally Field
B. Goldie Hawn
C. Diane Keaton
D. Barbra Streisand

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Question 3: On Wednesday, fighter jets escorted a London-to-Washington, D.C. United Airlines flight to a landing at Boston's Logan Airport after the pilot declared an emergency over a passenger disturbance. What did a 59-year-old female passenger do that caused alarm?

A. She was carrying banned items in her handbag, including a screwdriver, matches and cigarette lighters
B. She urinated on the floor of the airplane
C. She paced up and down the aisles muttering about al Qaeda

D. All of the above

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Question 4: On Wednesday, Mexican drug lord Javier Arellano-Felix was apprehended by Drug Enforcement Administration officials and the U.S. Coast Guard. Arellano-Felix is a leader of a violent gang responsible for digging elaborate tunnels to smuggle drugs under the U.S. border. Where was he found?

A. Aboard a United Airlines flight headed to South America
B. In a massive cross-border drug tunnel near the Tijuana airport
C. In his home in Mexico

D. Aboard a boat in international waters near the U.S.-Mexican border

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Question 5: On Wednesday, New York City released new emergency calls from September 11, 2001. Most of the calls involved firefighters and dispatchers. How many calls were released?

A. 989
B. 2,543
C. 130

D. 1,613

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Question 6: This week, a study was released showing that U.S. employers lose nearly $1.1 billion per week because of time their employees spend on non-work at their computers. What online activity did the study identify as the primary time-wasting culprit?

A. Shopping on eBay Inc.'s Web auction site
B. Checking personal e-mail and participating in on-line dating
C. Managing fantasy teams
D. Playing online poker

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Question 7: On Thursday, a former U.S. school teacher said publicly that he was with JonBenet Ramsey when she was killed and called the 6-year-old's death "an accident." In what city was the suspect found?

A. Boulder, Colorado
B. Bangkok, Thailand
C. Mexico City, Mexico
D. Conyers, Georgia

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Question 8: On Thursday, a California federal jury ordered pharmaceutical company Merck to pay $50 million in a Vioxx lawsuit. What was the reasoning behind the jury's decision?

A. Merck failed to warn doctors that Vioxx is only for male patients
B. Merck failed to tell patients that Vioxx can have the same results as Viagra

C. Merck failed to warn doctors about risks associated with taking Vioxx
D. Merck failed to tell patients the Vioxx is only for people over the age of 18

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Question 9: This week, scientists published the results of a study with some disturbing findings about hot dogs. Someone who overindulges in the all-American picnic food could increase their risk of what?

A. Being overweight or obese
B. Developing cancer
C. Developing kidney stones and urinary tract infections
D. All of the above

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Question 10: On Thursday, a federal judge issued a ruling on the NSA's controversial electronic surveillance program. What did the judge decide?

A. The NSA program is illegal, and must be halted immediately
B. The NSA program is legal, but should be monitored carefully to guard against infringing on privacy rights
C. The NSA program is legal, and effectively targets terror groups
D. The NSA program is illegal, and the government has three weeks to draft a new surveillance plan that is constitutional

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Bonus: On Wednesday, Medea Benjamin of Code Pink made an appearance on the "Hannity & Colmes" to talk about Cindy Sheehan's recent trip to Beirut. Why did Sheehan go to Lebanon?

A. To protest President Bush
B. To march in a parade

C. To negotiate peace
D. To fight in the war

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