(CNN Student News) -- November 22, 2013
In Friday's show, CNN Student News explains the U.S. Senate's so-called "nuclear option" and what the long-term implications might be. We also report on a proposed security deal between the U.S. and Afghanistan. And on the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy's assassination, we hear how the details of that fateful day are etched in the minds of some Americans.
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What value do eyewitness accounts of historic events have in a news report? What are the limitations of these accounts?
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1. Who was the youngest person to be elected U.S. president?
2. What country recently made a change to its controversial "one-child" policy?
3. Princeton University debated offering students an unapproved vaccine against what disease?
4. What award did President Obama give to 16 people on Wednesday?
5. What word did the Oxford Dictionaries choose as their 2013 Word of the Year?
6. What is the destination of NASA's MAVEN mission?
7. Who recently won his sixth NASCAR Sprint Cup championship?
8. What continent is home to Victoria Land and the Weddell Sea?
9. Which U.S. governmental body voted to change its rules regarding votes on executive and judicial nominees?
10. Who is the current U.S. ambassador to Japan?
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