Welcome to our weekly current events trivia challenge, The May 13 News Quiz of the Week: Test your knowledge of 2022 current events trivia and the week’s headlines. In world politics: Which country elected Bongbong as its leader? In Television: The 14th Dr. Who is for the first time what? And in History: When was the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC built? Make sure you know what happened this week. Our weekly news trivia game with the week’s best trivia questions and answers begins when you hit “Start Quiz.”
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May 13 News Quiz of the Week Questions
- One of the largest steel processing companies in Ukraine.One of the largest port cities in Ukraine.One of the largest separatist regions in Ukraine.One of the largest theatres in Ukraine.
What is the median age of US women giving birth?
Photo: JoséMa Orsini, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons126.96.36.199.
Which movie had the biggest opening weekend in 2022 in US theaters?
Screenshot: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness / Marvel StudiosThe Batman.Sonic the Hedgehog 2.Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore.
When was the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC built?
Photo: Carlos Delgado, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons1809.1865.1885.1922.
What is the world's largest penguin?
Photo: Denis Luyten, Public domain, via Wikimedia CommonsThe emperor penguin.The king penguin.The Galápagos penguin.The royal penguin.
The 14th Dr. Who is for the first time what?
Photo: BBC ONE via doctorwho.tvPlayed by a Jewish actor.Played by a Black actor.Played by a transgender actor.Played by a non-white person.
Where were Canada's Justin Trudeau, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, and singer Bono visiting on May 7, 2022?
Photo: President.gov.ua, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia CommonsIn the Vatican.In the United Nations.In Ukraine.In Disneyland.
Where can you find the Bob Dylan Center?
Screenshot: CBS Sunday MorningNew York, New York.New Orleans, Louisiana.Little Rock, Arkansas.Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Why are picnics banned in Rome in May 2022?
Photo: Patafisik, Public domain, via Wikimedia CommonsTo contain the wild boar population.Because of COVID-19 restrictions.Due to a salmonella outbreak.To reduce fire risk.
Which country elected Bongbong as its leader?
Photo: patrickroque01, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia CommonsMyanmar.The Philippines.Malaysia.North Korea.
What did Kate Winslet have to learn for her role in Avatar 2?
Screenshot: Avatar: The Way of Water / 20th Century StudiosHow to spearfish.How to parachute.How to free dive.How to play water polo.
How old is Hilary Duff?
Photo: Daniella Midenge / May-June 2022 cover of Women’s Health.188.8.131.52.
Sources for the May 13 News Quiz of the Week
- “Everything shook”: Last civilians leave Ukraine steel mill (AP News)
- Motherhood deferred: US median age for giving birth hits 30 (AP News)
- ‘Doctor Strange 2’ conjures up the biggest opening of 2022 (AP News)
- Art exhibit celebrates Lincoln Memorial’s 100th anniversary (AP News)
- Emperor Penguin at serious risk of extinction due to climate change (Reuters)
- Doctor who? Ncuti Gatwa’s irrepressible rise to new Time Lord (The Guardian)
- Jill Biden’s Secret Ukraine Trip (nytimes.com)
- The $10 Million Bob Dylan Center Opens Up His Songwriting Secrets (nytimes.com)
- Picnics were banned in Rome in an effort to combat wild boar incursions (The Guardian)
- Ferdinand Marcos Jr triumphs in Philippines presidential election (The Guardian)
- The ‘Avatar: Way of Water’ trailer teases new creatures and aquatic action (CNN)
- Hilary Duff Poses Naked And Talks Body Acceptance, Motherhood (womenshealthmag.com)
We Stand with Ukraine
It seems everybody these days has publicly declared their position on the brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine. We stand with Ukraine and its people, fighting against military forces attacking civilians. We salute Ukraine’s heroic battle for democracy as we stand with every nation fighting against tyranny and for human rights. Our empathy extends to the Russian people, Belarusians, and all who suffer under oppressive 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.
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