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News Quiz: Hectic week on the Hill

From a CIA report to a congressional spending deal, Capitol Hill was busy this week. Did you catch all the fast-breaking news?
A view of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty)
A view of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.

Capitol Hill was busy this week grappling with a Senate report that revealed atrocious CIA interrogation tactics, as well as a congressional spending deal crucial to avoiding government shutdown. Did you catch all the fast-breaking news? 

Read more about Udall's critique of Obama's CIA.

Watch Jonathan Gruber apologize to the House Oversight Committee.

Watch Rev. Al Sharpton's powerful message in support of Time's "Person of the Year."

For more on the NFL's sweeping policy changes, click here.

According to the report, at “no time did the CIA’s coercive interrogation techniques lead to the collection of imminent threat intelligence.”

Republicans won some significant victories in the $1.1 trillion agreement.

Despite the endorsement, Warren and her camp continue to deny her run in 2016. “As Senator Warren has said many times, she is not running for president,” spokesperson Lacey Rose told msnbc.

On Friday, just two days before the campus-rape episode aired, Rolling Stone magazine issued a statement backing away from its bombshell UVA gang-rape story.

According to campaign finance watchdogs, the measure represents a devastating secret assault on what’s left of the country’s campaign finance laws.

While Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton were in attendance at the Brooklyn Nets versus Cleveland Cavaliers game, protesters staged a “die-in” outside of the sports arena to demand police reform.

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