News Quiz
O'Reilly's News Quiz: Have you been Paying Attention?
Have you been paying attention to the people and events making headlines this week?

Take Bill O'Reilly's News Quiz and see for yourself.
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1. What was the original name of the holiday now known as Memorial Day?
2. Who was president when a new law establishing Memorial Day as a national holiday went into effect?
3. On which single day were the most U.S. soldiers killed in battle?
4. Of the 155 national cemeteries in the USA and Puerto Rico, which has the most graves?
5. All former commanders-in-chief are eligible, but only two presidents are buried at Arlington National Cemetery. One is William Howard Taft; who is the other?
6. There are 26 military cemeteries outside the United States. In which nation are the most U.S. veterans buried?
7. A WW II general wrote this moving line about overseas wars: 'All we asked was enough soil in which to bury our gallant dead.' Who?
8. The first 'Tomb of the Unknown Soldier' was dedicated following which war?
9. In 1882 a famed poet penned a tribute to dead soldiers which ends thusly: 'Yours has the suffering been, The memory shall be ours.' Who was it?
10. Which flower is a traditional symbol of Memorial Day, both here and in many countries around the world?