U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry considers his responses at the United Nations Security Council, Sept. 30, 2015, at the U.N. headquarters. 
Photo by Kevin Hagen/AP

Can you pass this week’s news quiz?

This week began on an exciting note with a supermoon eclipse and the UN General Assembly, and ended with some tragic news in Oregon. Did you pay attention to the news? Test yourself with this quiz. 

A supermoon total eclipse occurs when a full moon enters the shadow of the Earth while it is at the closest point in its orbit to our planet. 

It was the two world leaders’ first formal discussion in two years. 

John Boehner’s resignation is considered a major factor in why the shutdown was averted. 

“It’s a bit scary. If they would do this to me, I just, I shuddered to think what they might be doing to other people,” Chaffetz said.

“I know there is a way to have sensible gun control measures that help prevent violence, prevent getting guns into the wrong hands, and save lives,” this politician continued.

Pope Francis even urged the government to spare the woman’s life, but the board did not stop the execution.

The real estate mogul is still leading in national polls.

Sanders’ average donation is $24.86 according to his campaign. 

This latest release covers emails sent and received in 2010 and 2011.

Forecasts differ on whether Joaquin will make its way into Virginia, Maryland or North Carolina this weekend, or if it will avoid the East Coast entirely.