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"Which Panama?" reads a poster at a bus stop in Moscow, Russia, April 6, 2016. In Russian "panama" also means a bucket hat. (Photo by Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters)
"Which Panama?" reads a poster at a bus stop in Moscow, Russia, April 6, 2016. In Russian "panama" also means a bucket hat.

This week, financial documents of world leaders were exposed in a massive anonymous leak, a presidential candidate took the New York City subway and an Ivanka Trump product was recalled. 

Were you in the know this week? Test your knowledge of this week's top stories.

The candidate hopped on the 4 train at Yankee Stadium and rode it uptown to the 170th Street Station with Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.

The Panama Papers involved a massive cache of 11.5 million documents that detail a network of banks and law firms that help many of the world’s most powerful people hide money in offshore accounts.

The passage of these two bills in these two states is a significant accomplishment for the “Fight for 15” movement.

It’s On Us was created to raise awareness about sexual assault, which has become epidemic in the U.S. in recent decades.

The bill would prevent the government from taking action against state employees, individuals, organizations and private associations that deny services based on religious objections.

When the New York Daily News asked the candidate if he believed that victims of gun violence should be able to sue the gun manufacturer, he responded, “No, I don’t.”

“With our victory tonight in Wisconsin, we have won seven of the last eight caucuses and primaries, and we have won almost all of them with landslide numbers,” Sanders said of his victory.

Storm Comics released the latest comic in their decidedly non-partisan Female Force series on Wednesday.

The athlete says he was never considered for a cover, because he “was rumored to be gay, and homosexuality wasn’t going to fly on a wholesome Wheaties box.”

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday that no injuries have been reported thus far.