CNN Student News - May 8, 2015

CNN Student News - 05/08/15


    CNN Student News - 05/08/15


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May 8, 2015

There's a lot of explanation in Friday's show. We start by explaining a U.S. appeals court ruling regarding a controversial data collection program by the National Security Agency. We also explain why it's hard to assess the number of tornadoes that struck in several states this week. And we explain why some people may be more prone to mosquito bites than others. Explanations on vertical farms and shaking dog paintings wraps up this week's commercial-free coverage.
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1. What was the name of the NASA spacecraft that crashed into Mercury late last week, bringing to an end a mission that started in 2004?
2. Six police officers in what U.S. city were charged in the death of resident Freddie Gray?
3. What type of train, which has no friction, recently set a speed record in Japan?
4. What country, the only nation that borders both Belize and Guatemala, marked a holiday earlier this week?
5. How many nations would be involved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership if the international trade deal goes through?
6. On Tuesday, John Kerry became the first U.S. secretary of state to visit what African nation?
7. Won-moon Joo, a 21-year-old college student, is being held and accused of illegally entering what country?
8. As a way to keep cool, cats are able to sweat through what part of their body?
9. Name the U.S. government agency that, according to a U.S. appeals court, broke the law through a telephone data collection program.
10. In what U.S. state was an emergency declared for 12 counties, following a line of tornadoes and heavy rain this week?
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