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Top-Polling GOP Candidates Participate In First Republican Presidential Debate. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty)
Guests watch Republican presidential candidates speak during the first Republican presidential debate hosted by Fox News and Facebook at the Quicken Loans Arena on August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio.

This week, new details emerged in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, President Obama fired back at critics of the Iran nuclear deal and Republican presidential hopefuls duked it out in the first debate of the 2016 cycle, often talking past the buzzer that indicated their time was up. Test yourself on this heavy week of news: 

President Obama similarly took the stage Wednesday at American University to outline the Iran nuclear deal, which has been negotiated over 20 months and includes seven world superpowers.

Prime Minister Najib Razak of Malaysia announced that an international team of experts has "conclusively confirmed" the plane pieces belong to MH370.

"Planned Parenthood has been around for 99 years and we plan to be around for another 99," the group's president, Cecile Richards, said in an interview.

Benton is also married to the candidate's niece.

The attacker, who was fatally shot by police, attacked moviegoers at a screening of "Mad Max: Fury Road" with an axe and pepper spray.  None of those who were attacked suffered serious injuries.

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Trump responded by saying that he doesn't have time to be politically correct and neither does the country. 

The company said, “We want employees to have the flexibility and confidence to balance the needs of their growing families without worrying about work or finances.”

Despite the court's decision, the state's governor insisted on fighting for a continuation of voter ID requirements.