Mar. 17, 2023.
Our weekly news quiz tests your knowledge of the latest news stories every Friday. From international nuclear treaties to the unbelievable FIFA announcement, see how well you know what happened this week with the March 17 News Quiz.
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- The quiz has 12 multiple-choice questions and answers about the biggest headlines of the last seven days. You can take the quiz online, play the video quiz, or print it out for your weekly trivia party.
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This Week’s Questions (printable)
Here are some examples of this week’s questions:
- What does Aukus stand for?
- Who is the first Asian actress to win the Lead Actress Oscar?
- How many teams are going to play in the 2026 World Cup?
- What is the most notable difference between ChatGPT’s version 4 and GPT-3.5?
- What are Ordinals?
- What was Lindsay Lohan promoting on social media this week?
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We cross-checked our facts with reputable news outlets, research centers, and NGOs. These articles inspired the March 17 news quiz. We recommend them for weekend reading.
- Aukus: Nuclear submarines deal will cost Australia up to $368bn (The Guardian)
- Highlights From the 2023 Oscars: Awards, Speeches, and More (nytimes.com)
- FIFA Change: The 2026 World Cup Will Have Four-Team Groups and 24 More Games (nytimes.com)
- Failure record: Before Silicon Valley Bank’s failure, there was Washington Mutual (The Washington Post)
- ChatGPT: 10 Ways GPT-4 Is Impressive but Still Flawed (nytimes.com)
- Mitch McConnell: McConnell released from the hospital, headed to inpatient rehab (AP News)
- Stolen Nukes: Exclusive: Tons of uranium missing from Libyan site, IAEA tells member states (Reuters)
- Cryptoverse: New breed of bitcoin NFTs sell for millions (Reuters)
- YouTube Hazzard: AI-generated videos are being used to spread malware (Evening Standard)
- Two Icons – One Night: Stevie Nicks and Billy Joel Perform Together at Tour Kickoff (Rolling Stone)
- Happy News: Lindsay Lohan announces a baby is ‘coming soon’ (CNN)
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