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Question 1: : On Wednesday, FOX News obtained a copy of what American intelligence analysts are calling a "how-to" manual for terrorists. The 151-page manuscript, titled the "Myth of Delusion," can be found on jihadi websites, and includes what?

A. tips on escaping America's secret global surveillance system
B. tips for buying black market cell phones
C. a rundown of CIA methods used in recruiting spies

D. all of the above

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Question 2: On Sunday, Hawaii was rattled a 6.7-magnitude quake, which caused at least $46 million in damage. The earthquake was one of the strongest to hit the islands in more than two decades. What year did the other 6.7-magnitude temblor strike?

A. 1986
B. 1983
C. 1973
D. 1981

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Question 3: On Tuesday, President Bush inked the Military Commissions Act, establishing guidelines for interrogating and prosecuting terror suspects. The bill was approved by Congress after the Supreme Court struck down the administration's plan to conduct military tribunals for Guantanamo detainees in June 2006. Approximately how many detainees are at Guantanamo Bay?

A. 14,000
B. 14
C. 4,400

D. 440

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Question 4: On Friday, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il told a visiting Chinese delegation that the communist nation didn't plan to conduct additional nuclear tests, according to a news report. What other events happened this week?

A. Condoleezza Rice reaffirmed the U.S.'s support for Japan
B. Condoleezza Rice and China's foreign minister called for resumed talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear program
C. A Chinese envoy delivered a message to Kim Jong-Il from President Hu Jintao about the nuclear dispute

D. All of the above

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Question 5: On Tuesday, the nation's population officially hit 300 million at 7:46 a.m. ET, when the Census Bureau's population clock rolled over to the big number. One of the instant contenders for the symbolic title was Kiyah Lanae Boyd, who was born in an Atlanta hospital. Which show had an exclusive interview with the family?

A. The O'Reilly Factor
B. On the Record w/ Greta
C. The Live Desk w/ Martha MacCallum

D. FOX & Friends

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Question 6: On Tuesday, the House Page Board was looking into a 1996 camping trip that retiring Rep. Jim Kolbe hosted for his staff, and to which two ex-pages were invited. This comes as the House ethics committee reviews the failure of lawmakers to end inappropriate conduct between former House pages and which disgraced lawmaker?

A. House Speaker Dennis Hastert
B. Majority Leader John Boehner
C. Rep. Mark Foley
D. Rep. Rodney Alexander

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Question 7: On Tuesday, a federal judge vacated the conviction of Enron's founder Kenneth Lay, wiping out a jury's verdict that he committed fraud and conspiracy in one of the biggest corporate scandals in U.S. history. Enron's collapse in 2001 wiped out thousands of jobs, more than $60 billion in market value and more than $2 billion in pension plans. Why did the judge vacate the conviction?

A. The court decided Lay was not guilty
B. Lay is deceased
C. Lay's co-defendant, former Enron chief executive Jeffrey Skilling, took responsibility for the company's downfall
D. Lay became a fugitive

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Question 8: On Thursday, the Dow Jones industrial average scored its first close above 12,000 as Wall Street managed to hold on to a slim advance. One day after the index of 30 blue chip stocks made its first foray past 12,000, the Dow closed at 12,011.73, according to preliminary calculations. Strong results from which two Dow components helped lift the index?

A. Coca-Cola Co.
B. Pfizer Inc.

C. Both A & B
D. Neither A & B

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Question 9: On Thursday, a stingray flopped onto an 81-year-old man's boat in Florida and stung him, leaving a foot-long barb in his chest. This case comes just one month after what?

A. A stingray attack killed "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin
B. Marine experts cloned a stingray in Australia
C. Marine experts declared stingrays extinct
D. None of the above

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Question 10: On Thursday, as attacks in Baghdad rose by 22 percent in the first three weeks of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, U.S. Maj. Gen. Caldwell offered a bleak report on operations in the area. What else did Caldwell say?

A. The spike in bloodshed during the Islamic holy month of fasting was "disheartening"
B. Americans were working with Iraqi authorities to "refocus" security measures
C. Operation Together Forward has made a difference in the focus areas but has not met our overall expectations in sustaining a reduction in the level of violence

D. All of the above

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Bonus: FOX News Channel had a week of exclusive interviews with some of the top newsmakers on hot-button issues. Who was not a guest this week?

A. President George W. Bush — The O'Reilly Factor
B. . John Mark Karr — On the Record w/ Greta

C. Sen. George Allen — Hannity & Colmes
D. Both A & B

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