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Question 1: Elisabeth Hasselbeck spent Memorial Day weekend trying to patch things up with Rosie O'Donnell after a heated political argument on "The View" last week led O'Donnell to leave the show about a month early. What was the argument about?

A. Rosie allegedly telling Elisabeth she should have never qualified for "Survivor"
B. Rosie allegedly calling U.S. troops terrorists
C. Elisabeth allegedly telling Rosie she's bring "The View's" ratings down with her rants
D. Elisabeth allegedly drawing mustache's on pictures of her co-hosts

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Question 2: On Monday, Cindy Sheehan, the "peace mom" who made headlines in 2005 by staging a marathon protest outside President Bush's Crawford, Texas, ranch, said that she no longer wants to be seen as a leader of the anti-war movement. Why?

A. The campaign to end the war in Iraq strained her family
B. She is upset the Democratic Party can't end the Iraq war
C. She is exhausted by the emotional toll she's endured
D. All of the above

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Question 3: On Sunday, Miss USA, Rachel Smith, was booed mercilessly at the Miss Universe 2007 pageant by a Mexican audience, and seen by millions of TV viewers as she slipped and fell on the pageant stage. Why did the audience boo her?

A. They think she is a gringa who can't speak Spanish
B. They're angry at the United States' immigration policy
C. They believe pageant owner Donald Trump betrayed them by quitting "The Apprentice"
D. They thought her evening gown was not fitting for a beauty queen

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Question 4: On Tuesday, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez defended his decision not to renew the license of a popular opposition-aligned television network. What is one of the reasons he cited for shutting down the station?

A. Because he wanted an excuse for Venezuelan police to fire tear gas into crowds of protesters
B. Because the channel encouraged attempts on his life, with video showing images of the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul I
C. Because the comedy programs airing were not funny, and he thought he could revamp them
D. Because he decided that having 26 million viewers was not enough; he wants over 50 million viewers tuning in to his new station

Want more information? Read Adam Housley's Reporter's Notebook.



Question 5: On Tuesday, a man with a rare and dangerous form of tuberculosis ignored doctors' advice and took two trans-Atlantic flights, leading to the first U.S. government-ordered quarantine since 1963, health officials said. Why did the Georgia man board the plane?

A. For his wedding in Greece
B. To get treatment for the TB in another country
C. For a suprise visit to his dad in Italy
D. It was a dare by one of his friends

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Question 6: On Wednesday, President Bush nominated former U.S. trade representative Robert Zoellick to replace Paul Wolfowitz as World Bank chief. What scandal did Wolfwitz bring to the World Bank?

A. One involving breaking bank rules to arrange a hefty compensation for his girlfriend
B. One involving the theft of billions of dollars donated to help stuggling nations defeat poverty
C. One involving an extramarital affair in the treasury department office
D. One involving insider trading with the Wall Street firm of Goldman Sachs

Want more information? Bio: Robert Zoellick


Question 7: 11-year-old Jamison Stone made news last week when the world learned of his massive kill, a 1,051-pound feral hog, which he shot eight times with a pistol on a Georgia hunting preserve. So now, why is the young in the center of a media maelstrom?

A. Some Web sites claim the photographs were faked
B. Some people questioned where the humongous hog was killed
C. Some activists are protesting animal cruelty
D. Members of the NRA say a sixth-grader should not have a .50-caliber revolver

Want more information? Read: "Authenticity of Monster Pig Photo Questioned"

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Question 8: On Tuesday, a judge ruled the adventures of boy wizard Harry Potter can stay in Gwinnett County school libraries, despite a mother's objections. Why did the mother want to remove the best-selling, popular fiction series off the shelves anyway?

A. Because the series attempts to teach children witchcraft
B. The books' characters are too mature for children under 15
C. The books spark an excessive amount of creativity and imagination in children
D. Because "Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe went nude in a recent theatre production

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Question 9: On Thursday, with the official start of the 2007 hurricane season only hours away, how many tropical storms did researchers predict will form in Atlantic this season?

A. 11, that's the average number every season
B. 17, with 9 growing to hurricane strength
C. Over 100, global warming is fueling nastier storms
D. None, after 2005's record-breaking 28 storms, Mother Nature has pity

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Question 10: Historically, Microsoft Corp. has focused on creating new software, giving computer programmers tools to build applications on its platforms. So, on Wednesday, it was no surprise that the company unveiled what new product, set to arrive in November in T-Mobile USA stores?

A. A time machine cell phone
B. A computerized touch-screen coffee table
C. A voice-activated remote control
D. An invisble price tag scanner

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BONUS Question: Protect Your Planet! What solutions did the FNC iMag team find that can help make your workplace eco-friendly?

A. Reduce paper use
B. Reuse paper bags
C. Recycle plastic forks and knives
D. Swap and share newspapers
E. All of the above

Want more information? Check out more of iMag's eco-friendly tips and GO Green ideas to incorporate into your everyday lives!

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