Who gave the infamous "Checkers" speech on national television?
Nixon Which Royal Family lived in Canada during World War II?
Dutch Royal Family Who was the victim of The Pearl Harbor Bombing?
United States What year did Canada gain independence?
1867 What ship was bombed
Where can you find "La Isla del Encanto" (The Island of Enchantment)?
The Caribbean Sea When visiting an ancient city in Greece or Egypt, if you visited a necropolis, what did you visit?
A Cemetery What name is North Carolina commonly known as?
The Tarheel State In which country can you find the Temple of Emerald Buddha?
Thailand What is a shoal?
Sand that extends on the water
On the Galápagos Islands, Darwin studied variations of what animal to aid in the generation of the Theory of Evolution?
Finches Which two metals make up pewter alloy?
Tin and copper Which adjective refers to wolves?
Lupine Dr. Joseph Lister was famous for?
Introduced Sterilized Surgical Instruments Where are blood cells made ?
In The Bone Marrow
Who is the tennis player that is known as "the king of clay"?
Rafael Nadal What team did Bobby Orr play for when he scored "The Flying Goal"?
Boston Bruins What happens when you throw your racket in tennis?
Receive a court violation warning ¿Cuánto asaltos tiene una pelea de boxeo por el titulo?
12 What team did Pete Rose play for?
Who plays the main character in the film "The Black Swan"?
Natalie Portman What is the largest denomination bill in monopoly?
500 Who wrote Ketchup Clouds?
Annabel Pitcher Madonna was a member of what band?
Breakfast Club In the series 'Game of Thrones', to which house does the character of Sansa belongs?
What art medium is Andy Warhol best known for?
Silk Screen What was the first movie in which Marlon Brando earned an Academy Award for Best Actor?
On the Waterfront Who was the writer of "Foundation"?
Isaac Asimov Which of these terms is not associated with opera?
Legume What is the title of Episode 4 from Star Wars?
A New Hope