Whoa! It’s been a while, but we’re back in action with our weekly Current Events feature! You know the drill — all questions must be answered outside of school hours, you may only receive bonus points for one question per week and spelling, grammar and syntax are a MUST!
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March 28 – April 1, 2011
- Japan’s nuclear reactor crisis is still in the news. At first it was compared to a radiation leak in the U.S. 32 years ago. Now it is being compared to the much worse accident in 1986 in what is now the Ukraine. Name the specific site of one of these two incidents.
- Name the other site. (Refer to Question #1)
- What major U.S. retail chain is involved in a sex discrimination case that the Supreme Court heard this week?
- The U.S. no longer has the lead role in the air strikes in Libya. Who has now taken over control?
- Who gave a speech Monday night, indicating that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi needs to step down?
- One dilemma for the U.S. relating to Libya now is whether to supply weapons to whom?
- Name one of the teams in the Final Four in the NCAA semi-finals April 2.
- What company launched the Cloud Player this week, which lets users upload and store music on company servers and play it on computers and smartphones?
- Who was the former vice presidential candidate who died this week, the first female to run for this office from a major political party?