Welcome to our weekly Friday trivia challenge, The March 11 News Quiz of the Week: Test your knowledge of 2022 current events trivia and the week’s headlines. On the Russia-Ukraine front: What’s Ukraine’s most popular news source? In pride: What’s Florida’s Don’t Say Gay bill? And in sports: Why was WNBA player Brittney Griner in Russia? Our weekly what happened this week quiz questions and answers trivia game begins when you hit “Start Quiz.”
March 11 News Quiz Questions for this Week
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Sources for the March 11 News Quiz of the Week
- State of the Union: Biden vows to halt Russia, hit inflation (AP News)
- Supreme Court nominee Jackson heading to Capitol Hill (AP News)
- Telegram: the app at the heart of Ukraine’s propaganda battle (The Guardian)
- Stoli vodka announces rebrand (CNN)
- ‘Impossible’: Bolshoi music director quits over calls to denounce Ukraine invasion (The Guardian)
- The U.S. working to secure the release of basketball star detained by Russia (Reuters)
- Poutine, not Putin: classic Quebec dish off the menu in France and Canada (The Guardian)
- Why has the letter Z become the symbol of war for Russia? (The Guardian)
- Florida lawmakers pass a bill limiting LGBTQ discussion in school (Reuters)
- ‘DC League of Super-Pets’ trailer: Batman’s and Superman’s dogs have an adventure (mashable.com)
- Scientists: Asian spider could spread to much of East Coast (AP News)
- Review: Puberty runs amok in Pixar’s ‘Turning Red’ (AP News)
- Pamela Anderson set to make her Broadway debut in ‘Chicago’ (AP News)
- Apple Showcase Unveils Mac Studio, New iPhone SE and More (nytimes.com)
It seems everybody these days has to publically declare their position on the brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine. We stand with Ukraine and its people, fighting against military force attacking civilians, and salute their heroic battle for democracy. We stand with every nation fighting against tyranny and for human rights. Our empathy goes to the Russian people, Belarussians, and all who suffer under oppressing governments, including soldiers forced to die in the name of their leaders. We also side with the truth, so here’s a quick list of reliable sources on the conflict.
- Breaking News & Live Updates on Russia-Ukraine from AP News.
- Live Updates and Video Coverage of the Russia-Ukraine War on The New York Times.
- Coverage of the Russia-Ukraine crisis by The Guardian.
March 11 News Quiz Weekly Questions
According to President Joe Biden's first State of the Union address, who are the "corrupt leaders who have bilked billions of dollars off this violent regime"?
Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first what?
Photo: White House, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
What’s Ukraine’s most popular messaging app?
Who is Krypto the Superdog?
Screenshot: DC League of Super-Pets / Warner Bros. Pictures
Which of these letters does not exist in the Cyrillic Russian alphabet?
What is the first Pixar movie directly solely by a woman?
Screenshot: Turning Red / Pixar
What’s Florida’s Don’t Say Gay bill?
What makes the iPhone SE distinguishable from other iPhones?
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