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Question 1: The MQ-9 Reaper is expected to have its first combat deployment this year in Afghanistan. What makes the MQ-9 Reaper different from other military aircraft?

A. It is piloted from a video console in Nevada
B. It is the most accurate self-guided missile system to date
C. Its special metallic coating avoids radar detection
D. It is the military's fastest aircraft

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Question 2: On June 28 a SUV carrying recent high school graduates collided head-on with a truck killing the driver and all four passengers. What are police now suspecting as the cause of the accident?

A. The driver was under the influence of alcohol
B. The driver was under the influence of cocaine
C. The driver was talking on her cell phone
D. The driver was text messaging a friend

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Question 3: The government reported that one in 12 full-time employees in the United States admitted to having used illegal drugs in the past month. Which profession had the highest rate of drug use?

A. Restaurant employees
B. Lawyers
C. Musicians
D. Educators

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Question 4: Monday, Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison defended himself after comparing President Bush to what historical figure?

A. Adolf Hitler
B. Benito Mussolini
C. Genghis Khan
D. Joseph Stalin

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Question 5: The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 14,000 on Thursday. What is significant about the 14,000 mark?

A. The 14,000 mark is the point economist feared would spark a recession
B. The 14,000 mark was the goal set by the Federal Reserve Bank
C. The 14,000 mark is the point at which the housing market tends to slump
D. The 14,000 mark is a new record high for the Dow Jones Industrial Average

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Question 6: As of Tuesday Rupert Murdoch, Chairman of News Corporation which owns the FOX News Channel, is one step closer to acquiring another media outlet. Which newspaper is Murdoch attempting to purchase?

A. Wall Street Journal
B. New York Times
C. New York Daily News
D. Boston Globe

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Question 7: It was a Senate sleepover! Senators pulled an all-nighter Tuesday as the Democrats and Republicans went head-to-head in a debate. What was the subject of the debate?

A. Healthcare reform
B. Iraq troop withdrawal
C. Immigration reform
D. How to handle new terror threats

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Question 8: 195 people are feared dead after an airliner crashed into a gas station in Sao Paulo, Brazil Wednesday. What was the cause of the crash?

A. The plane skidded off a rain-slicked runway
B. The plane was hijacked by members of an international drug cartel
C. The plane's engine malfunctioned
D. The plane's landing gear didn't go down as it attempted to land

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Question 9: The toxicology reports on wrestler Chris Benoit and his family were released Thursday. What did the medical examiner find?

A. Chris Benoit's body had elevated levels of testosterone
B. Chris Benoit had the anti-anxiety drug Xanax in his system
C. Chris Benoit had the painkiller hydrocodone in his system
D. All of the above

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Question 10: The highest-ranking Al Qaeda figure in Iraq was captured on July 4. He surrendered information regarding the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. What did he tell investigators?

A. al-Baghdadi is a fictional character
B. al-Baghdadi died at the hand of Sadam's forces more than three years ago
C. al-Baghdadi was overthrown by bin Laden
D. al-Baghdadi is hiding in the eastern region of Iran

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BONUS Question: Officials ruled out terrorism in the blast that shook New York City Wednesday evening, killing one person. What caused the explosion in midtown Manhattan?

A. A water main broke
B. A steam pipe ruptured
C. An underground fire resulting from an electrical short in a subway car
D. A gas line malfunctioned

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