CNN Student News - January 23, 2015

CNN Student News - 01/23/15


    CNN Student News - 01/23/15


CNN Student News - 01/23/15 10:00

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January 23, 2015

Friday's show begins with a report concerning 21 countries but centering on the fight against one terrorist group. We update you on events in Yemen and log on to explore the controversial issue of "net neutrality." And we'll take a look at how shrinking technology is yielding tiny, flying drones: Who could benefit from using them?
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1. The U.S. government says 2014 was the warmest year on record. In what year did scientists begin keeping records?
2. In what field did Martin Luther King Jr. earn his doctorate?
3. The first radio broadcast of a U.S. president's annual message to Congress was in 1923. What president delivered the speech?
4. What Middle Eastern country experienced political turmoil when a group of militants called Houthis took over government buildings?
5. Alexander Fleming accidentally discovered the world's first antibiotic. What is it called?
6. What is the capital of Cuba, where U.S. diplomats arrived this week to discuss renewed relations?
7. What state produces most of the avocados that are consumed in the U.S.?
8. What NFL team is under investigation for allegedly playing with underinflated footballs in a championship game?
9. What famous U.S. suspension bridge opened in 1937?
10. What agency of the U.S. government regulates interstate and international communications?
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