(CNN Student News) -- January 17, 2014
On the last day of the school week, we're reporting on a presidential push concerning college attendance. We also remember the "miracle on the Hudson," and we discuss the driving force behind auto shows. And when a twin gives up her spot on the U.S. Olympic team so that her sister can go, we find a great Character Study.
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1. Ariel Sharon was a former prime minister and military leader of what country?
2. What Major League Baseball player is appealing the longest suspension in his sport's history for alleged doping?
3. What's the term used to explain presidential appointments that are made when the Senate is not in session?
4. What unit of measurement is often used to describe the level of water or air pollution?
5. What country recently expelled American journalist David Satter?
6. In what country would you find the city of Bangkok, where thousands recently protested their nation's government?
7. Where was a U.S. Consulate attacked by terrorists on September 11, 2012?
8. What term refers to ISPs (internet service providers) not "discriminating" against different kinds of Internet content?
9. What tech company paid $3 billion for Nest, which makes home thermostats and smoke detectors?
10. In what New York river did a U.S. Airways passenger jet make a "miracle" landing five years ago?
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