(CNN Student News) -- February 14, 2014
Love may be in the air this Valentine's Day, but many people in the U.S. Northeast won't be stepping outside. Today, we'll look at what could be the worst storm they've faced this winter. We also cover a giant telecommunications deal, a lawsuit involving the president, and a look at some very happy homecomings.
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1. What title does Jack Lew have in the U.S. Cabinet?
2. What U.S. federal agency is responsible for overseeing the farming industry and helping ensure that the food supply is safe?
3. What is the most commonly spread stomach virus?
4. What river in England has been flooding Somerset and other areas after a series of winter storms?
5. What Central American nation, soon to be home to the region's largest hydroelectric dam, is the only country that borders both Nicaragua and Panama?
6. Vladimir Putin is the current president of what country?
7. Francois Hollande is the current president of what country?
8. Government officials from what country met with officials from Taiwan for the first time since 1949?
9. What have U.S. lawmakers suspended, allowing the national debt to exceed $17.2 trillion?
10. What U.S. senator announced that he is suing the president and some federal agencies over their collection of phone and email data?
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