Test your knowledge of current events from the week of Feb. 3.
1. After a racist photo found was found in the Virginia governor’s medical school yearbook, and the lieutenant governor was accused of sexual assault, a third high-ranking Virginia official admitted to putting on blackface in the 1980s. Which official was it?
A. Attorney general.
B. Secretary of commerce.
C. Secretary of education. D. Secretary of finance.
2. Venezuela’s military barricaded a bridge at a key border crossing to prevent humanitarian aid from reaching the nation. Which country is leading to effort to get aid into the country?
C. United States.
3. Federal prosecutors in New York issued a subpoena seeking what documents related to Donald Trump?
A. Tax returns.
B. Inaugural committee spending reports.
C. Transcripts from “The Apprentice.”
D. Transcripts from the Putin meetings.
4. Which state remains the only one in the U.S. to have a Confederate battle emblem on its flag, after lawmakers killed a series of bills to remove it? A. Alabama.
B. South Carolina.
5. According to a report by the Government Accountability Office, how much money was spent to cover four of President Donald Trump’s trips to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach?
A. $3.6 million.
B. $13.6 million.
C. $23.6 million.
D. $33.6 million.
6. A state of emergency was declared in which state after a measles outbreak renewed a debate on vaccinations? A. Washington.
C. New Mexico.
7. The United States has pulled out of a major arms control treaty with which country?
C. North Korea.
8. Celebrities and political leaders are continuing to show their support for Jussie Smollett, who was attacked in what Chicago police are investigating as a suspected hate crime. Smollett stars on what TV show?
A. “This Is Us.”
D. “Modern Family.”
9. Former Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., the longest-serving member of Congress, has died at the age of 92. How many years did he serve?
10. Dana Perino's unappetizing dip was the Super Bowl's breakout meme (“I made queso”). She's a host on which network?