CNN Student News - May 29, 2015

CNN Student News - 05/29/15


    CNN Student News - 05/29/15


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May 29, 2015

CNN Student News closes out the week with a report on a significant legal ruling and a look at the opportunities and challenges presented by desalination plants. Find out what it's like to visit an observatory that pays tribute to the past, present and future. Keep track of the growing number of U.S. presidential hopefuls. And hear about an exceptional animal adoption.
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1. In what U.S. state would you find the Blanco River, which caused devastating flooding after a weekend of heavy rain?
2. "Flags In" is the name of a tradition in which hundreds of thousands of flags are placed at gravesites in what U.S. cemetery?
3. Name the controversial, anti-terrorism law that was passed in October 2001, expanding the powers of U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies.
4. What animal, according to researcher Dr. Caitlin O'Connell, has the ability to communicate seismically with other members of its species?
5. In what country has a deadly heatwave sent temperatures to 117 degrees, straining electrical systems, with no relief in sight until monsoon rains arrive next week?
6. In what Saudi Arabian city is a building under construction that will become the world's largest hotel?
7. Name the international sports organization that the U.S. Justice Department has accused of corruption.
8. Wednesday marked a global awareness day for what incurable disease, which affects the nervous system?
9. This week, a federal appeals court ruled against the Obama Administration on an executive action concerning what controversial issue?
10. Name the unpredictable weather pattern that forms in the Pacific Ocean and could bring rainier conditions to drought-stricken California.
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