(CNN Student News) -- August 16, 2013
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1. What professional sports league suspended about a dozen players this summer for 50 games each, for allegedly taking performance-enhancing drugs?
2. Thurgood Marshall, Sandra Day O`Connor, and William Taft were all members of what body of the U.S. government?
3. What kind of natural disaster resulted in the collapse of a Florida resort building on Sunday?
4. Who was elected president of Egypt in June 2012 and then forced out about a year later?
5. What is a hurricane-strength storm called in the Philippines?
6. What is the name for a natural object that falls from space and strikes the Earth?
7. More than 100,000 people have applied for a one-way trip to what planet?
8. Who is the current chancellor of Germany?
9. What is the name of billionaire Elon Musk's proposal for high-speed travel that uses electric motors and air pressure?
10. What is the first name of the United Kingdom's new royal baby?
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