Feb. 2, 2024, Weekly News Quiz: How Much Was Trump Ordered to Pay?!

Feb. 2, 2024.

News Quiz: Test your knowledge of the latest current events stories every Friday with the weekly news quiz. From the incredible amount of money that Trump was ordered to pay E. Jean Carroll, to Japan’s lunar miracle, see how well you know what happened this week with the Feb. 2 News Quiz.

How to Play

  • This weekly current events quiz has 11 multiple-choice current trivia 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.  
  • Click the below button to start the quiz. You will see each question with four possible answers. Choose the best answer to see if you’re correct, read the explanation or skip it, and move on to the next question. At the end of the quiz, you will see your score. 
  • If you prefer to play the video quiz, scroll down. You will have 30 seconds to answer each question. How many questions can you answer in 6 minutes? 
  • If you want to print out the quiz, scroll down to find our PDF link. You can download the Feb. 2 News Quiz’s FREE PDF with all the questions on one page and separate pages for answers and links.

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Feb. 2, 2024, Weekly News Quiz (Current Events Trivia Game)

News Quiz: 11 Multiple-choice general knowledge questions to summarize the week’s headlines ending on Feb. 2, 2024. No time-limit. How smart are you this week?

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1. How much was Donald Trump ordered to pay E. Jean Carroll after she sued him for defamation?

Screenshot: The Times and The Sunday Times  (youtube.com)

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2. What is UNRWA?

Screenshot: UNRWA – YouTube

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3. Who is this young tennis sensation, famously capturing his first Grand Slam title at the 2024 Australian Open?

Screenshot: Australian Open 2024 (youtube.com)

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4. In NFL history, which two Super Bowls have showcased the gridiron rivalry between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs?

Screenshot: CBS Sports (youtube.com)

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5. Japan’s SLIM, also known as the ‘Moon Sniper,’ made headlines in January 2024. But what is it?

Screenshot: REUTERS (youtube.com)

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6. Elon Musk’s Neuralink has made a groundbreaking advancement by inserting its chip into a human. But where was this chip implanted?

Screenshot: Neuralink (youtube.com)

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7. The Samsung Galaxy S24 boasts some nifty AI capabilities, but do you know which AI chatbot it integrates with for an enhanced user experience?

Screenshot: Samsung (youtube.com)

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8. What’s Google’s Lumiere?

Screenshot: Google Research (youtube.com)

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9. Who is the master artist behind the recently rediscovered masterpiece ‘Portrait of Fräulein Lieser,’ set to be auctioned off after being lost for nearly a century?

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10. In his 2024 comeback to ‘The Daily Show,’ what role is Jon Stewart taking on?

Screenshot: The Problem With Jon Stewart / Apple TV+ (youtube.com)

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11. In 2024’s ‘Despicable Me 4,’ who lends their voice to the dastardly character Maxime Le Mal?

Screenshot: Despicable Me 4 | Illumination (youtube.com)

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The Feb. 2 News Quiz (VIDEO)

11 current-events questions and fun facts based on the Feb. 2 news headlines in 6 minutes. Test yourself: How many can you ace?


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This Week’s Questions (printable)

Here are some of the Feb. 2 news quiz current-events questions:

Feb. 2 News Quiz - Weekly Current Events Trivia Game
  • How much was Donald Trump ordered to pay E. Jean Carroll?
  • What is UNRWA?
  • What is Japan’s SLIM?
  • What’s Google’s Lumiere?
  • In 2024’s ‘Despicable Me 4,’ who voices the villain?

The PDF includes all general trivia questions and answers from this week in separate pages for the contestants and the quiz MC. Perfect for your next pub quiz or trivia night.

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Sources and Extra Trivia Facts

We cross-checked our facts with reputable news outlets, research centers, and NGOs. These current events articles inspired the Feb. 2 news quiz. We recommend them for weekend reading.

Donald Trump
Trump after the verdict. Screenshot: The Times And Sunday Times (YouTube)
Jannik Sinner
Jannik Sinner. Screenshot: Australian Open TV – YouTube
Galaxy S24 Ultra
Screenshot: Samsung – YouTube

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