From Charlottesville and beyond, it was a big, big news week. But before we get started, here are some outstanding stats from the last quiz:
- About 95 percent of players knew which tech company fired an employee whose manifesto on diversity went viral.
- And about 93 percent of you knew exactly what Vice President Pence called “both laughable and absurd.”
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The chief executive of Merck was among several CEOs who resigned from this now-disbanded presidential advisory panel:
The Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition.
The Council of Advisors on the Arts.
The Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis.
The American Manufacturing Council.
Thursday's attack in Barcelona was the deadliest in Spain since 2004, when bombers struck the rail system in:
President Trump dismissed Stephen K. Bannon, who served as his ...
Deputy national security adviser.
Chief of staff.
Hundreds of people were killed this week in flooding and mudslides in the capital of:
Who said that President Trump's remarks about Charlottesville caused “the vast heart of America to mourn”?
George W. Bush.
During a solar eclipse, the stretch of land that falls directly in the moon's shadow is known as:
The trail of darkness.
The elliptical line.
The solar slide.
The path of totality.
A tech company called DreamHost is resisting a federal demand for data about visitors to a website set up to coordinate:
Inauguration Day protests.
Support for so-called “sanctuary cities.”
The FBI arrested a man on charges that he tried to detonate what he thought was a 1,000-pound bomb in:
Former president Barack Obama's tweet about Charlottesville -- the most liked in Twitter history -- includes a quotation from:
The annual Ulchi-Freedom Guardian exercise begins next week. What is that?
A track-and-field competition in Chicago.
A NATO summit of defense ministers.
A U.S.-South Korea military exercise.
An interfaith summit in Phoenix.