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For six consecutive years, <em>Fortune</em> called Enron "The Most Innovative Company in Corporate America" (1995-2000).

For six consecutive years, Fortune called Enron "The Most Innovative Company in Corporate America" (1995-2000).

5 Questions: Tom Arnold, et al

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5 Questions: It's All in the Cards

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5 Questions: Five on Tin

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5 Questions: Happy Monday!

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Brain Game: Math Square #198

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5 Questions: The Great Lakes

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5 Questions: Fan Club

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Name the 15 Countries Participating in the ISS

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15 countries are currently participating in the International Space Station (ISS) program, according to the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). Can you name them all? You've got 3 minutes.

(We've excluded Brazil, which has left the program.)

The Hall of Fame Hats Quiz

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Nobody's suggesting Tom Glavine should be enshrined in a Mets cap, and Greg Maddux obviously won't go into Cooperstown as a Cub. But we've blurred the hats on the Cooperstown plaques of 14 Hall of Famers who played for multiple teams. Do you know which team's cap each legend is wearing?

5 Questions: Sheet-Fed

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5 Questions: ...and the Ivy

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5 Questions: Otto-Matic

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The Pennsylvania Dutch are not really Dutch. They are a people of German ancestry living in southeastern Pennsylvania, primarily in Lancaster County. "German" in German is "Deutsch."

The Pennsylvania Dutch are not really Dutch. They are a people of German ancestry living in southeastern Pennsylvania, primarily in Lancaster County. "German" in German is "Deutsch."

5 Questions: 'Look' Here

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