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Following the beating of a left-wing activist by members of Golden Dawn, a neo-Nazi party, the public sector of Greece effectively shut down for two days of protesting.
Tensions between the left-wing and Golden Dawn increased when an anti-racist, left-wing rapper was stabbed to death by some 30 members of Golden Dawn. Mass protests have been organized in his name.
1) Five days
2) A week
3) A month
4) 10 days
After Russia, the U.S., and Syria reached a tentative agreement that Syria would hand over its stockpile of chemical weapons to the international community, it was given a week to hand over a list of all of its chemical weapons stockpiles.
However, it has already been reported that it is unlikely such a list would be complete by this Saturday (the deadline) and as such the U.S. is allowing more leeway as to when the list has to be turned in.
1) President Barack Obama
2) Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky
3) Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas
4) Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona
The one-time presidential candidate and outspoken supporter of the Free Syrian Army, McCain wrote an op-ed article attacking Vladimir Putin and the effects he has had on Russia's economy and civil liberties.
1) Oct. 1
2) Sept. 30
3) Sept. 24
4) Oct. 14
On this day, Congress will either have to vote for continued federal funding or face a government shutdown. The past three years, this has been a bitter fight between the GOP and the Democrats, and many think that this year a shutdown might be inevitable as the GOP-controlled House appears set on not providing funding for Obamacare.
1) Universal health care
2) Tax cuts for having insurance
3) Return to pre-Obamacare system
The Republican plan, proposed Wednesday, would allow for up to $7,500 in tax deductions for individuals who purchase insurance, and up to $20,000 for families.
4) Native American
Born to Indian parents in Syracuse, N.Y., Miss America 2014 drew racist remarks about her skin tone and cultural heritage after winning the crown. She dismissed them, stating, "I have to rise above that. I always viewed myself as first and foremost American."
1) 20.3 percent
2) 11.7 percent
3) 15.7 percent
4) 15.4 percent
The number of those without health insurance dropped from 15.7 percent in 2011 to 15.4 percent in 2012. It is estimated that the numbers will continue to drop as the Affordable Care Act continues to go into effect this year.
1) 8.3 percent
2) 7.7 percent
3) 9.4 percent
4) 10.8 percent
The median income has yet to recover to post 2007 recession levels.
According to the Census Bureau, "Median household income was $51,017 in 2012, not statistically different in real terms from the 2011 median of $51,100. This followed two consecutive annual declines."
In an op-ed article published in Catholic media, Pope Francis I called on the church to focus more on its most basic principle of mercy and compassion before trying to enforce parts of the doctrine.
"The most important thing is the first proclamation: Jesus Christ has saved you. And the ministers of the church must be ministers of mercy above all."
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