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Question 1: Over the weekend, Netflix Inc., the Internet DVD rental service that went from a peculiar dot-com to a marquee attraction in millions of homes, reached another milestone. What was it?

A. It delivered to more than 10 million subscribers
B. It delivered its 1 billionth DVD
C. It delivered its first popcorn-DVD combo package
D. It teamed up with its one-time competitor Blockbuster

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Question 2: Though he didn't win the presidency in 2000, former Vice President Al Gore did score an Academy Award Sunday for his documentary "An Inconvenient Truth," which was about what?

A. North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons
B. Climate change, specifically global-warming
C. Living with college roommate and actor Tommy Lee Jones
D. His plans for the 2008 Democratic presidential election

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Question 3: According to a 14-year-old British teen, what is the newest fashion among schoolgirls?

A. Getting collagen lip injections
B. Getting breast implants
C. Getting "knocked up"
D. Shaving their heads

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Question 4: On Tuesday, the family of a child discovered to have a serious weight problem has been called to a meeting with London officials to discuss the 8-year-old's health. How much does the boy weigh?

A. Less than 38 pounds
B. 68 pounds

C. 118 pounds

D. 218 pounds

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Question 5: The federal government is nearly doubling and tripling fees for citizenship and green cards respectively to raise more revenue to keep up with the influx of new citizens. Immigrants become U.S. citizens for the first time in what kind of ceremony?

A. Fumigation
B. Naturalization
C. Industrialization
D. Accreditation

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Question 6: Florida teen Clay Moore just wants to get back to having a normal life after being abducted for ransom by a man who may be trying to flee to Mexico, his family said Tuesday. What household item did Clay use to escape his captor?

A. A safety pin
B. A microwave
C. A Bobby Pin
D. A kitchen knife

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Question 7: On Wednesday, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial average dropped 416.02 points, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the financial markets appear to be "working well." The market decline is thought to have been triggered by what?

A. Former Fed Chairman Greenspan's talk of a recession
B. A fall in stock prices on China's Shanghai market
C. A glitch in the stock ticker
D. A drop in the housing market

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Question 8: On Tuesday, health officials said that an employee of Wolfgang Puck Catering diagnosed with the hepatitis A virus may have exposed guests at several events, including Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue party on Feb. 14. Which celebrity appears on the cover of the 2007 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue?

A. One of the former Spice Girls
B. Former lead singer of Destiny's Child
C. Model nicknamed "The Body"
D. TV's "Top Model" host

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Question 9: On Wednesday, Republican presidential contender John McCain, a staunch backer of the Iraq war but critic of how President Bush has waged it, confirmed his plans for the 2008 election, by announcing his candidacy where?

A. In a video posted on his Web site
B. On "Late Night With David Letterman"
C. On FNC's "Hannity & Colmes"
D. None of the above

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Question 10: In a grand twist of irony, a pop icon known for her raunchy antics is having to tell her 10-year-old daughter to wear less sexy clothes. Name the mother-daughter team.

A. Lisa Marie Presley and Danielle Riley
B. Madonna and Lourdes
C. Courtney Love and Frances Bean
D. Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina

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BONUS Question: On Thursday, a top Army commander was relieved of his command at a premier medical facility after senior officials said they lost trust and confidence in his leadership abilities to address injured soldier care. What is the name of the facility?

A. Weed Army Hospital
B. Walter Reed Army Medical Center
C. McDonald Army Hospital
D. George W. Weightman Medical Center

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