Who was nominated to the US Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton in 1993 and is the subject of a recent film?
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg
- Stephen Breyer
- Clarence Thomas
- Samuel Alito
What international conflict ended this week after in 1982 after 74 days?
- The Iran-Iraq War
- Lebanon War
- The Falklands War
- Invasion of Granada
Who was the author of the anti-slavery novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin" born this week in 1811?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Louisa May Alcott
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Which US comedy film starring Dan Aykroyd was released this week in 1984?
- Trading Places
- The Blues Brothers
This week in 1922, Charlie Osborne of Anthon, Iowa, got the hiccups which then didn't stop for 68 years
Which country became the first in the world to legislate against nuclear weapons in 1987?
- New Zealand
Which American organization was formed on June 10, 1935?
- Weight Watchers
- Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
- Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
- American Red Cross
James Gandolfini starred in which TV series ended this week in 2007 with its now famous "cut to black" ending?
- The Wire
- The West Wing
- The Sopranos
New York became an English colony this week in 1665, what or who was it named after?
- The Duke of York
- The English City of York
- The English county of Yorkshire
- A title of the then King of England, Charles II
Who is this famous Spaniard, associated with the Sagrada Familia, who died when they were hit by a tram this week in 1926?
- Joaquín Sorolla
- Antoni Gaudí
- Juan Gris
- Federico García Lorca
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