Beck watches Kanye West, who pretended to take the stage after Beck won album of the year for "Morning Phase," at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Calif., on Feb. 8, 2015.
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Kanye West may have interrupted Beck at the Grammys, but he’s gonna let you finish this news quiz. See how closely you followed the news this week:

Get the full story on this former airline executive’s “nut rage.”

Read more about the process that led to the DNC’s selection.

Find out why the White House stuck by the team in spite of the scandal.

Get more reactions to the president’s Authorization to Use Military Force.

The White House’s AUMF resolution seeks to formalize the U.S. military campaign to “degrade and defeat” ISIS.

“Both science and my faith dictate my belief that we are created by God,” Walker clarified in a statement to NBC News. “I believe faith and science are compatible, and go hand in hand.”

Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus has made diversity outreach a top priority.

“Instead of listening to the people, the president is standing with a bunch of left fringe extremists and anarchists,” House Speaker John Boehner said this week.

Talks between leaders from Russia, France, Ukraine and Germany ran for more than 15 hours in Minsk.


“I didn’t say anything tonight. But you all know what it meant when ‘Ye walks on the stage,” West said following the 2015 Grammy Awards.


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