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Question 1: On Tuesday, Virginia Tech police said the gunman responsible for the Virginia Tech attacks that claimed 32 lives — the deadliest shooting rampage in U.S. history — was a campus student. Police say 23-year-old Cho Seung-Hui was in the U.S. on a permanent resident visa from what country?

A. Afghanistan
B. Japan
C. Pakistan
D. South Korea

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Question 2: Virginia Tech survivors of Monday's deadly campus massacre gathered on Tuesday for a moving convocation ceremony at which President Bush, the first lady, and several Virginia lawmakers were in attendance. University President Charles Steger, who gave a speech, received a 30-second standing ovation, despite bitter complaints from parents and students about what?

A. That there were no PSAs or warnings after a second shooting became apparent
B. That his staff didn't act fast enough to warn people about the gunman
C. That he said all scheduled tests will resume, or students will face failing marks
D. All of the above

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Question 3: According to a new medical study, sausage, along with its cured cousins, including bacon and luncheon meats, have been associated with an increased risk of developing what?

A. Food poisoning
B. Lung disease
C. Cigarette addiction
D. Obesity

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Question 4: On Monday, a retired New York couple who hailed a taxi for their 2,500-mile, week-long move to northern Arizona arrived with their two cats at their final destination. The flat rate was how much?

A. $2,500, tallying one dollar per mile
B. $3,000, plus gas, meals and lodging
C. Nothing, the cab was a hybrid-electric vehicle
D. The ride was a courtesy; the driver wanted free publicity

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Question 5: Past colleagues and supporters of former senator Fred Thompson laud his credentials as a presidential hopeful while other say contend he has more to prove if he plans to run in 2008. What state did Thompson hold office in?

A. Arizona
B. Massachusetts
C. Tennessee
D. California

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Question 6: This week, strong winds and record-high rainfall have shuttered businesses in New York, New Jersey and elsewhere across New England — filling restaurants and shops with as much as five feet of water. Which of the following has NOT been done to cushion the blow for some people in the hard-hit regions?

A. FEMA sent damage assessment teams to some areas
B. Michael Brown was reinstated as FEMA chief and given authority over this crisis
C. The IRS gave taxpayers an extra two days to file their 2006 returns
D. Temporary shelters were set up for families forced out of their homes

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Question 7: On Wednesday, in a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court handed a victory to the Bush administration and abortion opponents, with a decision to uphold a 2003 federal law that bans the partial birth abortion procedure. Why did some abortion rights supporters not see the decision as a victory?

A. Because it jeopardizes women's health
B. Because it gives power to politicians, not doctors
C. Because it could overrule Roe v. Wade
D. All the above

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Question 8: Despite the valiant efforts of Fanjayas and ruckus-causers across the country, 17-year-old Sanjaya Malakar was sent packing Wednesday from "American Idol." What does this mean?

A. The woman on the hunger strike can finally eat
B. The long run of ever-changing hair styles is over
C. Radio host Howard Stern will no longer urge his listeners to vote
D. Host Simon Cowell will not retire after this season
E. All the above

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Question 9: On Thursday, after facing growing hostility from senators in a tense hearing room, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales defended his decision to fire eight U.S. attorneys, despite claiming not to have been closely involved in their review process. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy took the opening jab at Gonzales, who, in strong language, demanded what?

A. That the Bush administration "stop hiding the facts"
B. That Gonzales "quit his job" to save his reputation
C. That Gonzales "unscramble the eggs" and make him breakfast
D. That he be recused from the probe

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Question 10: On Thursday, TMZ.com posted an audio recording of a message actor Alec Baldwin left for his 12-year-old daughter Ireland. what did he call the girl?

A. "spoiled, little brat"
B. "a clone of your mother"
C. "a rude, thoughtless pig""
D. "a foolish, worthless child"

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BONUS Question: In order to answer the following question, you must watch the featured video on FNCiMag.com. Which of the following tips below are NOT found in the "Campus Safety Tips" video?

A. Carry a whistle
B. Carry pepper spray
C. Stay in well lit areas
D. Let someone know when you arrive at your destination
E. Be careful when using headphones

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