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Question 1: Three University of Minnesota students remained jailed over the Easter holiday weekend after being accused by an 18-year-old woman of rape at an off-campus apartment building. What university organization are the three men involved in?

A. Mathletes
B. Football team
C. Political debate team
D. Abstinence Club

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Question 2: On Thursday, CBS followed MSNBC by firing radio host Don Imus days after the shock jock made racially charged comments about the Rutgers University women's basketball team. In his defense of the situation, Imus had said what?

A. He believed his mic was turned off when he made the comments
B. He pointed out his involvement with a cattle ranch for children, 10% of whom are black
C. His radio producer said he'd lose his job if he didn't say the comments
D. He said he has an adopted daughter from an African nation, and said those things in jest

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Question 3: When it comes to lowering blood pressure, a survey released Monday said that doing what beats green tea, hands down?

A. Tuning in to FOX News Channel
B. Eating a piece of dark chocolate
C. Donating one pint of blood weekly
D. Smoking a pack of cigarettes a day

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Question 4: According to DNA tests released Tuesday, Anna Nicole Smith's ex-boyfriend Larry Birkhead is the father of her baby girl. What was Smith's lawyer-turned-companion Howard K. Stern's response?

A. He said he would forbid Birkhead from coming to his Bahamas home to visit Dannielynn
B. He said he would refuse to take his name off of Dannielynn's birth certificate

C. He said he would relinquish custody of the girl to Birkhead

D. He teamed up with Virgie Arthur to sue Birkhead for custody

Need a hint? Read the article!

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Question 5: On Wednesday, former Tennessee Republican Sen. Fred Thompson told Neil Cavuto that he's in remission from lymphoma cancer. Why did Thompson say that releasing information about his health was necessary?

A. Americans have the right to know, especially if he decides to run for the White House
B. Devoted "Law & Order" viewers should know if he'll be renewing his contract
C. He thought it would give close friend and presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain sympathy votes
D. He thought it only right after the wife of presidential candidate John Edwards announced that her cancer had returned

Need a hint? Read the article!


Question 6: On Wednesday, North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper held a news conference to announce that sexual assault and kidnapping charges against three former Duke University lacrosse players were being dropped. He added that the athletes were innocent victims of a 'tragic rush to accuse' by an overreaching DA. This announcement comes how many days since their "nightmare" began?

A. 365
B. 395
C. 666
D. Depends who you ask

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Question 7: On Tuesday, sources told FOX News that Western diplomats and private-sector analysts strongly doubt Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's claim that his country is producing nuclear fuel on an industrial scale, and believe his announcement saying as much was designed purely for domestic political reasons. TRUE or FALSE: FOX News Channel's Amy Kellogg was the only American reporter at the uranium enrichment plant at Natanz in central Iran when Ahmadinejad made his announcenment.

A. True
B. False

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Question 8: On Wednesday, Sallie Mae, the nation's largest student loan provider, announced that it will alter its business practices and pay $2 million into a fund to educate students and parents about the financial aid industry as part of a settlement in a widening probe of the student loan industry. An investigation of the $85 billion student loan industry has found what?

A. Alleged kickbacks to school officials who steered students to certain lenders
B. Alleged stock transactions between government officials and college financial aid officers
C. Both A and B
D. Neither A or B

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Question 9: On Thursday, a suspected homicide bomber blew himself up in part of the heavily fortified, U.S.-protected Green Zone, killing at least two lawmakers in what is being called a stunning security breach in the third month of U.S.-led crackdown on violence in Baghdad. The Green Zone is what?

A. Where U.S. authorities live and work
B. Where The Wizard of Oz's Emerald City scene was filmed
C. Where Saddam Hussein's Feet of Victory monument stands
D. Where the best Hilton hotel stands, favored by journalists

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Question 10: On Thursday, an alleged D.C. madam made good on her threat to identify high-profile clients, naming a top military strategist as a regular customer in court papers. Harlan K. Ullman, a senior associate with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, is said to have coined what Iraq War phrase?

A. "global war on terrorism"
B. "shock and awe"
C. "balls to the wall"
D. "lock, stock and barrel"

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