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.
How would you judge this past week? If you were on the U.S. Supreme Court, you judged it quite a bit. Decisions were issued on everything from health care to immigration. What else was in the news this week? Take our quiz and find out.
The world took a break from being obsessed with Greece this week and instead focused more on Syria. Syrian pilots, arming Syrian rebels, Syrian arms from Russia, and so on. What else was in the news this week? Take our quiz and find out.
American politicians aren't the only national leaders taking heat this week, as we can see from looking around the world. Find out how much you know about the tasks and challenges occupying politicians' time.
If you invited Bill Maher, Angela Merkel, and Saxby Chambliss to dinner, your table conversation would put you in good stead for passing this week's news quiz. Take our Week to Week quiz and satisfy your news hunger.
Are you sufficiently newsed-up? Take this news quiz and find out. Here are some random hints: The Obama administration is already not defending the Clinton-era law; the Donald won't; this isn't China -- yet; and we'll just say no thanks.
What's your NQ -- news quotient? Take this test and find out. Here are some random hints: Richard Branson already has a spaceship; Hawaii's getting tired of birther questions; and gay marriage is getting more popular everywhere.
A week can't be boring if it involves sex scandals and polar bears (not together, thank you, we do have standards). To see how engrossed you have been in following current events, we present our second Week to Week news quiz.
It was a week of highs and lows, of political witch hunts and tax filing. Test your news knowledge with our first Week to Week news quiz right here on Huffington Post. Answers are at the bottom -- but don't peek.