News Quiz: A blizzard of questions

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More than five feet of snow fell on Buffalo this week and new allegations of sexual abuse were leveled at Bill Cosby, who has still refused to respond. How closely were you paying attention?

The snowstorm has already dumped more than five feet on Buffalo.

Two of Cosby’s planned live standup performances are still going forward this month.

The pope is expected to speak at the conference.

The assailants were said to be two Palestinian cousins who had no criminal record, and acted alone. 

The committee gives him the ability to fundraise, spend, and organize like a presidential campaign, without officially declaring just yet.

After several security breaches involving the Secret Service in the past few months, the agency’s director, Julia Pierson, resigned over the incident on Oct. 1. 

In Thailand, Jennifer Lawrence and the cult favorite “Hunger Games” series are much more than a pop culture phenomenon, they are a political icons.

What began as an art project in July 2013 is now a real creation thanks to crowd funding, which raised $501,000.

According to a 2013 study by The New York Times, childbirth is far more costly in the U.S. than in most other countries. 

“And to those members of Congress who question my authority … I have one answer: Pass a bill,” Obama said on Thursday in a prime-time address.

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News Quiz: A blizzard of questions

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