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Question 1: : On Monday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared that Iran's nuclear program had grown 10 times stronger in the last year and vowed that it would not retreat from nuclear plans. What was Ehud Olmert, Israel's prime minister, response?

A. He called for the destruction of Iran and referred to Iranian officials as "a bunch of terrorists, a bunch of murderers”
B. He said he was hopeful that talks with the Iranians would resume and that there was a "real chance" for a negotiated settlement without sanctions

C. He said that Iran must be prevented from attaining nuclear weapons, and its threats to destroy Israel must not be taken lightly
D. All of the above

Want to know more? Click here to go to FOXNews.com's Iran Center.

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Question 2: Technology gives many homeowners the option of purchasing a single server that can easily and conveniently manage their entire house. Appliances, lighting, and even grocery lists can now be computer-controlled by wireless, Web-enabled technology. What is the name for these homes?

A. Jetson homes
B. Smart homes
C. Einstein homes
D. Tech homes

Want to know more? Click here to visit FOXNews.com's Home Computing Center.

Question 3: On Sunday, Barack Obama, an Illinois Democratic freshman senator, acknowledged that he was considering a run for president in 2008. According to polls, who is the front-runner among potential 2008 Democratic presidential contenders?

A. John Spencer
B. George Bush
C. John McCain

D. Hillary Clinton

Want to know more? Click here to get FOXNews coverage of all the races, PLUS the latest analysis from RealClearPolitics.

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Question 4: On Tuesday, President Bush headed to Florida as part of a push to urge voters to support Republicans in upcoming elections. At a campaign event, Bush also touted the nation's job creation, announcing that since August 2003 there were how many new jobs?

A. 66,000
B. 810,000
C. 2.2 million

D. 6.6 million

Need a hint? Watch the video!

Question 5: On Tuesday, cult leader Jeffrey Lundgren, who was convicted of killing a family of five 16 years ago, was executed in Ohio via lethal injection. What is true about this case?

A. Lundgren joined a lawsuit challenging Ohio's use of lethal injection as cruel and unusual punishment.
B. Lundgren said he killed the family because God told him they weren't enthusiastic enough about his teachings.
C. Lundgren told the jury he was a prophet of God and therefore not worthy of the death penalty.

D. All of the above

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Question 6: On Tuesday, two weeks before Election Day, two of the most powerful Republicans — House Speaker Dennis Hastert and Rep. Tom Reynolds, R-NY — appeared before the House ethics committee on what they knew about ex-Rep. Mark Foley's online exchanges with teen pages, and when they knew it. However, it appears that Foley's conduct toward pages dates back to as early as when?

A. 2003
B. 2002
C. 2000
D. 2004

Want to know more? Click here to read the article!

Question 7: On Tuesday, actor Michael J. Fox, who is suffering Parkinson's, became the focus of a celebrity-driven political debate that included a remarkable charge by conservative talk-radio commentator Rush Limbaugh. Fox was criticized for his part in 30-second TV ads for Democratic candidates who support what hot button issue?

A. abortion
B. stem cell research
C. gun control
D. affirmative action

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Question 8: In an address on Wednesday, President Bush said that U.S. military strategists are changing tactics in Iraq and his "administration will carefully consider any proposal that will help us achieve victory." Bush, who also announced that he will be changing his language to emphasize "flexibility," said the White House will be dropping what slogan for Iraq?

A. “it's hard work”
B. “shifting our tactics”

C. "staying the course"
D. “we're fighting the war on terror”

Need a hint? Watch Bush's press conference

Question 9: In an interview that aired Wednesday on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," Madonna said the 13-month-old boy she plans to adopt from the African country of Malawi is healthy and thriving in her London home. The adoption has been challenged by human rights groups that allege the singer used her fame and fortune to do what?

A. purchase the small country
B. force the child to sing

C. defy Malawai's adoption laws
D. none of the above

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Question 10: On Wednesday, in a 4-3 ruling, New Jersey's Supreme Court said the state constitution gives same-sex couples the same civil rights afforded to heterosexual couples, but left it to the Legislature to decide the rules. In 2003, what was the only state to approve gay marriages?

A. Massachusetts
B. California
C. Connecticut
D. Iowa

Need a hint? Click here to read the ruling (pdf).

Bonus: On Saturday, FNC's Adam Housley went one-on-one with Arnold "The Governator" Schwarzenegger at a recent California campaign event in Santa Ana. What kind of event was it?

A. a marathon
B. a cook out

C. a motorcycle rally
D. a fishing tournament

Need a hint? Click here to watch Adam's exclusive interview with Governor Schwarzenegger!

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