News Quiz
Week of 3/10
1. Debo Adegbile, President Obama's nominee to head the DOJ's Civil Rights Division, was rejected by the Senate because he had defended which murderer?
   John Gotti
   Ramzi Yousef
   Ted Kaczynski
   David Berkowitz
   Mumia Abu-Jamal
2. Gazprom is Russia's biggest company and the world's largest supplier of natural gas. Who owns a majority of Gazprom?
   Vladimir Putin
   U.S. hedge funds
   Berkshire Hathaway
   The Russian government
3. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, established in 1949, now includes 28 nations. Which country does not belong to NATO?
4. Which Republican decided to skip this year's Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington?
   Ted Cruz
   Rand Paul
   Sarah Palin
   Scott Walker
   Chris Christie
5. How is suspected terrorist Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, now being tried in a Manhattan civilian court, related to his former boss Osama Bin Laden?
   They are not related
6. Religious authorities in some Muslim nations are banning the movie "Noah," which tells the story of the flood and the ark. Why?
   It was filmed in Israel
   There are nude scenes
   The movie includes dogs
   A Muslim character is turned to dust
   Noah is considered a prophet in Islam
7. Which electronics retailer has just announced plans to close more than 1,000 stores across America?
   Circuit City
   Crazy Eddie
   (Nobody Beats) The Wiz
8. Some professors and students at Rutgers, the state university of New Jersey, are protesting this year's commencement speaker. Who is it?
   Ben Carson
   Colin Powell
   Herman Cain
   Clarence Thomas
   Condoleezza Rice
9. A very liberal Democratic politician has come out against marijuana legalization. Who?
   Jerry Brown
   Nancy Pelosi
   Howard Dean
   Bernie Sanders
   Dennis Kucinich
10. For the first time in more than 20 years, a major college basketball team has finished the regular season with a 34 - 0 record. Which school?
   Wichita State

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