If you could take your eyes off the senators doing battle and the Iranians headed to space, you saw a great deal of controversy in the news this week. Take our news quiz and find out how much you know about the week's important developments.
It seems that everyone is considering big changes this week: Senators, private organizations, possible presidential candidates. Take our news quiz and find out how much you know about the week's important developments.
The presidential election campaign stumbled into foreign policy territory this week (or perhaps more accurately, the campaign was blindsided by foreign affairs), so let's see how much you have been paying attention.
When Bill Clinton mentioned Medicaid at the Democratic convention, it was the first time many people have discussed that topic during this campaign. What else is happening that isn't getting much campaign airplay? Take our quiz and find out.
It was a stormy week in the worlds of politics and current affairs. Whether you were a New Orleans shop keeper or an Iowa bank employee, you got served with bad news. Take our quiz and see if you survived.
Ominous economic news has crept back into the headlines, along with election developments that might have turned the founding fathers into monarchists. Take this quiz to see if you've paid enough attention to current events to save our country.
Which is more contentious: The relationship between President Obama and Governor Romney, or the relationship between Great Britain and Ecuador? It's been a week of heated rhetoric and even the occasional threat.
This was a week when it was probably more fun to be on Mars than on Earth, and other than reports from the red planet and from the London Olympics, there was limited bandwidth for additional news. But we found it, nonetheless, for this quiz.
There was enough religion and politics (and some chicken batter) mixed up in the news this week that you would be forgiven for thinking this was another country. We want to find out how much you were paying attention.