It’s time for the Friday, Oct. 15 Weekly News Quiz: What’s the subject of Hillary Clinton’s new book? What is body dysmorphia? When was the earliest known use of tobacco? And did Superman come out? 14 Multiple choice general-knowledge-worthy questions with answers and extra facts from the passing news week when you hit Start Quiz.
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- Guess the Celebrity Age Fun Quiz
- Climate Crisis 2021 Mega Quiz
- Outer Space Quiz 2021
- Billionaires in Space quiz
- China VS. the World Quiz
- The 2021 Face Quiz: How Many Can You Name?
- How British Are You Quiz
- How American Are You Quiz
Sources for the Oct. 15 Weekly News Facts:
- Clinton and Penny team up to write novel ‘State of Terror’ (apnews.com)
- Craig’s final Bond takes $56 million at the domestic box office (apnews.com)
- Neymar says World Cup in Qatar may be his last for Brazil (apnews.com)
- Philippines president congratulates journalist Ressa on Nobel Prize (Reuters)
- Jon Kent Finds His Identity in Superman: Son of Kal-El #5 (dccomics.com)
- Hearth site in Utah desert reveals human tobacco use 12,300 years ago (Reuters)
- ‘NCIS’: Mark Harmon Departs After 18 Years (The Hollywood Reporter)
- Demi Lovato On How To Talk To ETs & Why We Shouldn’t Call Them Aliens (pedestrian.tv)
- Haven’t Watched ‘Squid Game’? Here’s What You’re Not Missing. (nytimes.com)
- True romance: Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are Hollywood’s hottest new power couple (gq-magazine.co.uk)
- Silverview by John le Carré review – the last complete masterwork? (The Guardian)
- Coldplay get galactic with airy album ‘Music of the Spheres’ (apnews.com)
- ‘Scream 5’ Trailer: Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox Return to Slasher (Variety)
- ‘Home Sweet Home Alone’ Trailer: First Look At Disney+ Revival (Deadline)