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Top Baby Boy Names

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The Social Security Administration publishes an annual list of the most popular baby names. How many of the Top 10 names for baby boys can you come up with in 5 minutes? (For the girls, click here.)

Shakespeare Character or Pharmaceutical Drug?

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You don't have to be a Shakespearean scholar or prescription drug enthusiast to do well on today's quiz. But if you're one or the other, it'd probably help.

Brain Game: Math Square #178

Sandy Wood

She Don't Lie... Cocaine

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We were saddened to hear that Quiet Riot lead singer Kevin Dubrow succumbed to an overdose of cocaine, a drug that has killed far too many people of note (and even more unknowns). But just how prevalent is the stuff? Of these 10 musicians, identify the ones where cocaine played a part in their deaths.

QBs With Multiple Super Bowl Rings

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In Super Bowl XLIII, Ben Roethlisberger became the tenth quarterback to start in two or more Super Bowl wins. Peyton Manning can join the club with a victory tonight. Can you name the other nine members of this prestigious club? (We decided not to make you spell 'Roethlisberger.')

The Hall of Fame Game

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Can you pick out who's part of the inducted crowd? Give it your best shot, then let us know how you did.

Morning Cup of Links: The Other Blue Planet

Miss Cellania

Feel Art Again: The Exam

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Over the past five months, 'Feel Art Again' has featured more than 40 different artists and their works. Now we'll find out just how well you've been paying attention.

Canada has more lakes than all the other countries combined.

Canada has more lakes than all the other countries combined.

5 Questions: Trapped!

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The Roman Mythology Quiz

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It has been said that the Greeks mythologized their history, and that the Romans historicized their myths. The Romans adopted the Greek myths and modified them to suit their own purposes (to the point of deifying their early leaders). How much do you know about the modifications the Romans made to the mythological foundation laid by the Greeks?

Napoleon was a big fan of suspenders; he even had a pair decorated with bumblebees, the symbol of his native Corsica.

Napoleon was a big fan of suspenders; he even had a pair decorated with bumblebees, the symbol of his native Corsica.

The Magic 8-Ball Quiz

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Since its invention shortly after the end of World War II, the "Magic 8-Ball" has entertained millions with its predictions. The device's 20 answers are housed on triangular sides of a 20-sided die properly known as an icosahedron.

One of the answers simply says "YES," but the others are more descriptive. Given 10 minutes, how many of the 19 remaining "magic" answers can you name? Good luck!

The first documented bank notes come from China. The bills were one-foot-square pieces of white deerskin with colorful borders, and were used as early as 118 BCE.

The first documented bank notes come from China. The bills were one-foot-square pieces of white deerskin with colorful borders, and were used as early as 118 BCE.

King James IV of Scotland was an amateur dentist. He even paid people to let him practice on their teeth!

King James IV of Scotland was an amateur dentist. He even paid people to let him practice on their teeth!

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