Check your answers to the news quiz below — correct answers are in red, and incorrect answers are in gray. And, please send us your feedback on the quiz — we want to know what you think!

Question 1: On Monday, an Al Qaeda-linked terror group warned the U.S. to stop searching for three American soldiers missing since Saturday in the volatile Sunni region south of Baghdad. What reason did the group suggest for attacking the U.S. convoy?

A. To confiscate bullets, rifles and a 122mm grad rocket
B. Revenge for the rape and murder of a local teenager last year
C. Outrage over Paris Hilton's reduced 45-day jail sentence
D. Anger over the cancellation of NBC's "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip"

For more Mideast news, Click here to read "Gaza's Smuggling Tunnels." Mike Tobin is the first Western reporter to investigate.


(Apple Inc.)
Question 2: According to a new study presented by a Michigan high school student, electromagnetic interference from iPods has been found to do what?

A. Stir up brain activity, enough to get a perfect SAT score
B. Cause pacemakers to malfunction
C. Erase short-term memory
D. Develop a mutant gene inside your body

Want more information? Click here to read the entire article.


Question 3: On Tuesday, space shuttle Atlantis began a slow journey back to the launchpad in anticipation of lifting off in early June on a construction mission to the international space center. Why was there a 2 1/2 month setback?

A. There were repairs being made to its fuel tank
B. The space shuttle needed to be washed and waxed before liftoff
C. They were waiting for the price of fuel to decrease
D. All of the six-man crew were recovering from the flu

Want more information? Click here to visit FOXNews.com's Space Center.

(AP)
Question 4: According to a survey released Tuesday, rude Miami drivers have earned the city the title of worst road rage for the second consecutive year; the most courteous drivers can be found in Portland, Ore. Some Florida motorists say they have seen other drivers doing what?

A. Running down old ladies and puppies
B. Intentionally ramming other vehicles
C. Throwing rocks at other drivers
D. Running red lights and swearing at other drivers

Want more information? Click here to read the complete story.



Question 5: On Tuesday, the Rev. Jerry Falwell, the television evangelist who founded the Moral Majority and used it to mold the religious right into a political force, died at the age of 73. Falwell was a high profile individual who came under frequent criticism for his outspoken remarks. Which of the following statements have been attributed to Falwell?

A. Warning parents that the purple 'Teletubby' was a gay role model
B. Saying the Antichrist was a male Jew who was probably already alive
C. Blaming feminists and gays for bringing on the 9/11 terrorist attacks
D. All of the above

Want more information? Click here to read what FOX Fan's thought Falwell's legacy will be.




(AP)
Question 6: During Tuesday's night's first-in-the-South Republican primary debate, Rudy Giuliani won the strongest applause when he lashed out at which presidential hopeful for suggesting that the United States' interventionist foreign policy invited the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001?

A. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee
B. Texas Rep. Ron Paul
C. Former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney
D. Arizona Sen. John McCain

Want more information? Learn more about the candidates in FOXNews.com's Keep an Eye on the Issues Center.


Question 7: According to a first-of-its-kind study, birds that once flourished in the United States' suburban skies, including robins, bluebirds and crows, have been devastated by what virus, which emerged across the continent in 1999?

A. Avian Influenza (Bird Flu)
B. West Nile virus (WNV)
C. Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE)
D. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

Want more information? Click here to visit FOXNews.com's Natural Science Center.

(AP)
Question 8: On Wednesday, firefighters in New Jersey continued to keep an anxious eye on the weather as they battled a massive wildfire that had consumed about 20 square miles of brush, forcing the evacuation of about 2,5000 homes. According to authorities, what sparked the fire?

A. An unattended barbeque grill
B. A careless smoker
C. An arsonist
D. A flare from an F-16

Want more information? Check out the photos!

Question 9: Phil Spector, now on trial for murder, asserted in a 2005 home video interview that actress Lana Clarkson was standing when a gun was fired in her mouth, and that he did not kill her. What did he say in his defense?

A. "I was in love with her, I wouldn't shoot her."
B. "I'm too short to be a murderer."
C. "If O.J. can get away with it, so can I."
D. "I don't own a gun."

Want more information? Read the article!




(AP)
Question 10: Thursday marked the 14th day of the search for 4-year-old Madeleine McCann, who vanished after her parents left her and her siblings alone in their Portugal hotel room. Which of the following individuals did NOT contribute to any of the reported $5.1 million in reward money, but instead made public appeals for help in finding Madeleine?

A. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling
B. Media tycoon Sir Richard Branson
C. "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell
D. Soccer star David Beckham

Want more information? VIDEO: FNC’s Brigitte Quinn talks about how Madeleine McCann has captured the hearts of Americans.


BONUS Question: Despite sporting an on-screen character with a not-so spectacular smile, which actor had his/her pearly whites insured for $10 million by Lloyds of London?

A. Ugly Betty's America Ferrera
B. Austin Powers' Mike Myers
C. Beetlejuice's Johnny Depp
D. Harry Potter's Ralph Fiennes, aka Lord Voldemort

Want more information? Check out FOXNews.com's Entertainment Center.

How well did you score?

More than 8 questions right — Excellent! You're a FOX News junkie!

6 to 8 questions right — Great Work! You've got a nose for news.

3 to 5 questions right — Good Effort! You've been paying attention.

Fewer than 3 questions right — Not bad!

Get more news at FOXNews.com and check back next week for a new quiz!