U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama (L) harvests peanuts and other produce from the White House kitchen garden with schoolchildren in Washington on Oct. 14, 2014.
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Ebola, campaign gaffes, and vegetables – take the news quiz!

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Ebola may have dominated the news this week but a lot of other things happened too. Were you paying attention?

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#Fangate was trending on Twitter following the incident.

The last few weeks have been hectic for voting rights legislation – have you kept up?

Two of the nurses who treated Duncan have since been diagnosed with Ebola.

The first lady promotes healthy eating for kids through her “Let’s Move” campaign.

Following Vinson’s diagnosis, President Obama canceled campaign trips so he could convene an emergency meeting to discuss the government’s Ebola response.

Perry has cut his European trip short to get back to Texas to handle the Ebola situation.

“Believe me,” this famous Democrat told the crowd, “you don’t want to wake up the day after the election and wish you had done more.”

The group has raised more than $10.25 million since it formed in early 2013.

AAPI is the largest growing demographic of voters, adding 600,000 new registered voters every midterm cycle, according to a study by Asian Americans Advancing Justice.

In total, 49 people were arrested during “Moral Monday.”

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