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FOX News Quiz — Answers!

Check your answers to the news quiz below — correct answers are in red, and incorrect answers are in gray.

Question 1: Starting Monday, a Texas-based chain of pizzerias said it would allow its customers to purchase the cheesy American treat with what?

A. Euro
B. British Pound
C. Mexican pesos
D. All forms of currency

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Question 2: On Monday, the United States experienced an unusual scare that had the public concerned over a possible terror threat. What happened?

A. A mysterious gas smell wafted over areas of Manhattan
B. A suspicious package was found in Miami, Florida
C. Dead birds were found in Austin, Texas
D. All of the above

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Question 3: on Monday, No. 2 Florida defeated No. 1 Ohio State to win the college football national championship, making it their second national title since their 1996 win in what championship series?

A. The Sugar Bowl
B. The Fruit Bowl
C. The Super Bowl
D. The Rose Bowl

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Question 4: On Tuesday, Sirius Satellite Radio paid shock jock Howard Stern a bonus worth nearly $83 million for surpassing subscriber goals set in a 2004 contract that had already turned heads with its $500 million compensation package. Aside from Stern, what other two top-shelf entertainers are signed with the company?

A. Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart
B. Oprah Winfrey and Meredith Vieira
C. Martha Stewart and Rachel Ray
D. Barbara Walters and Elisabeth Hasselbeck

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Question 5: On Tuesday, Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken Jr. were elected to baseball's Hall of Fame, while Mark McGwire failed to get the required vote for admittance. What was the alleged reason why voters did not select the former St. Louis Cardinals slugger for baseball's high honor?

A. He once played for the Oakland A's
B. Because Barry Bonds surpassed his home run record
C. His reputation is tarnished by accusations of steroid use
D. His appearance in the Backyard Baseball computer game series compromised his professional career

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Question 6: The next phase of Apple's plan to reinvent itself as a consumer electronics company was unveiled Tuesday by CEO Steve Jobs. What is so special about their new cell phone device?

A. It acts as an ATM and dispenses money
B. It acts as a remote control for your television
C. It's touch-screen-controlled
D. It sounds off an alarm if someone tries to steal it

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Question 7: On Wednesday, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed — a senior Al Qaeda suspect — was killed in a U.S. air strike, a Somali official said. What is Mohammed, one of the FBI's most wanted terrorists, accused of planning?

A. The 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City that killed 6 people
B. The 1996 Khobar Towers bombing in Saudia Arabia that killed 20 people
C. The 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in East Africa that killed over 200 people
D. The 2000 attack on the USS Cole in Yemen that killed 17 sailors

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Question 8: A day after stories surfaced detailing an angry confrontation between "The View" hosts Barbara Walters and Rosie O'Donnell, Walters fired back at Trump, calling him "that poor, pathetic man." What else has happened since the feud — over Miss USA Tara Conner's behavior — started on Dec. 21, 2006?

A. Trump saw a drop in ratings for "The Apprentice" premiere
B. Trump gave Miss USA the OK to pose for PlayBoy Magazine
C. Rosie topped Mr. Blackwell's 47th annual "Worst Dressed" list
D. Walters will not renew her contact and will leave "The View"

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Question 9: Hours after President Bush detailed his new strategy to wrest Iraq from the grip of unrelenting insurgent violence, what did Hillary Clinton announce she would do?

A. Run for president in 2008
B. Visit Iraq to see the situation for herself
C. Put forth a bill to impeach Bush
D. Put forth a bill to draft the Bush daughters

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Question 10: TRUE or FALSE: On Thursday, soccer star David Beckham will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season to join the Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer in a five-year deal believed to be one of the richest in sports history.

A. True
B. False

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BONUS: On Wednesday, in an FOX News channel exclusive, correspondent Eric Shawn reported that which country filed a lawsuit in the British court system over reinsurance payouts?

A. North Korea
B. South Korea
C. China
D. Indonesia

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