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Fired, fired up and arrested
Where was FBI Director James B. Comey when he learned he had been fired by President Trump?
In Washington at FBI headquarters. In Los Angeles on a recruiting trip.
In Chicago speaking at a seminar. In Washington at the Capitol.
In the cyberattack that has spread to dozens of countries, a program locks computers and launches a note …
… about the war in Syria. … demanding ransom.
… listing the user’s contacts.  … criticizing the United States.
Trump met with two Russian officials in the Oval Office on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and:
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
Anti-corruption whistleblower Alexei Navalny. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
How much do you know about the FBI?
Yuri Gripas/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images
When was the FBI formed?
1776 1812
1908 1953
Joe Raedle/Getty Images
FBI agents have had a special nickname since the 1920s. What is it?
G-men Spooks
Sherlocks PIs
Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg
What does the FBI not investigate?
Art forgeries (fake art) Identity theft (when someone pretends to be you, typically to acquire money)
Terrorism Hate crimes and civil rights violations
Wait, the FBI investigates all of these things
It’s Star Wars Day. May the Fourth be with you in this quiz.
Mario Anzuoni/Reuters
True or false: R2D2 is played by an actor in a metal costume.
True False
20th Century Fox via AP
What is Jabba the Hutt’s carnivorous pet, a dangerous creature that lives in the sand and nearly swallowed Luke Skywalker in "Return of the Jedi"?
A rancor Max Rebo
A sarlacc A bantha
Lisa Tomasetti/Lucasfilm via Reuters
Before making "Star Wars," director George Lucas wanted to direct a movie adaptation of a popular science-fiction series and comic book. Rights to the series weren’t available, but Lucas did incorporate some of its elements into "Star Wars." What was the series and comic book?
"Avatar" "Star Trek"
"Superman" "Flash Gordon"
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