CNN Student News - January 22, 2016

CNN Student News - 1/22/16


    CNN Student News - 1/22/16


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January 22, 2016

What are residents most concerned about following a water crisis in the city of Flint, Michigan? What elements have to be in place before meteorologists officially call a storm a "blizzard"? How might the findings of some Caltech researchers change the geography of our solar system? And what's unique about the national animal of Scotland? We'll answer all of these questions this Friday!
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1. The U.S. recently exchanged seven of its prisoners for four Americans who were being held by what country?
2. An estimated 900 streets in the U.S. and Puerto Rico are named after what prominent American, whose holiday falls on the third Monday in January?
3. Name the dinosaur that scientists believe was the biggest animal ever to have walked the earth.
4. During what year did President Obama announce executive actions on immigration, which were challenged in lower courts and were just taken up by the U.S. Supreme Court?
5. Recent elections put a female president and opposition party in power for the first time in the history of what Asian island?
6. Following a report from NASA that 2015 was the warmest year on record, scientists placed most of the blame on what phenomenon?
7. How many planets have been identified and photographed in our solar system?
8. A water crisis in the city of Flint, Michigan has raised concerns that some residents might have been irreversibly poisoned by what element?
9. Blizzards are characterized by heavy snow, winds of at least 35 miles per hour, and reduced visibility for what length of time?
10. What is the national animal of Scotland?
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