(CNN Student News) -- November 15, 2013
How did President Obama respond to one of the controversies surrounding Obamacare, and how did critics react to his plan? Find out in Friday's program. Plus, hear how some people are turning to social media for help finding loved ones after a natural disaster. And see how part of a Civil War-era ship went from scuttle to surface.
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1. The date of Veterans Day, November 11, marks the armistice that ended what war?
2. What country's president declared a state of "national calamity" after his nation was struck by Typhoon Haiyan?
3. Workers have begun removing the scaffolding from what U.S. landmark, two years after it was damaged by an earthquake?
4. During the U.S. Civil War, the ironclad ship CSS Georgia was scuttled in what river?
5. International representatives recently failed to reach a deal involving what Middle Eastern country's nuclear program?
6. What's the name of the U.S. health care law at the center of controversies over its website and enrollment?
7. What building, measuring 1,776 feet at the top of its spire, was recently named the tallest in the U.S.?
8. What disease, which impacts more than 25 million Americans, involves the body's inability to control blood sugar?
9. Working with what animals is at the center of a legal dispute between Sea World and OSHA?
10. Who was determined by a recent survey to be the "most talked about person on the Internet"?
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