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5 Questions: Adam and the Ants

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5 Questions: Dog Speak

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Best New Artist?

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The Grammy award for best new artist holds the unfortunate distinction of being the only Grammy ever to have been revoked (Milli Vanilli's 1991 award was taken back after their lip-synching scandal). That's probably not the only one they wish they could have taken back. Winning the best new artist award is hardly a barometer for future success. We chose 15 years -- can you figure out what artist won the award?

Super Bowl Host Cities (Other Than Miami)

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Over the past 46 years, the Florida cities of Miami and Miami Gardens have hosted the Super Bowl 10 times. Not including Miami, a total of 16 other U.S. cities have also been home to Super Bowl games (including the one that's set to host Super Bowl XLVI this Sunday).

Given five minutes, can you name all 16 of these cities? HINT: Don't forget that some of the stadiums where the games were held are located in suburban cities. Good luck!

5 Questions: Preaching to the Choir

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5 Questions: Family Affair

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5 Questions: Lather, Rinse, Repeat

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Favorite Movies: <em>The Big Lebowski</em>

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The 'Our Favorite Movies' series concludes today with the 1998 Coen Brothers classic The Big Lebowski. How much can you recall about The Dude, Walter, Bunny, Karl Hungus and the rest of the cast? Let's find out.

5 Questions: United Nations

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5 Questions: Look at Mr. Lee

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5 Questions: In Memoriam

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Crayola means "oily chalk." The name is derived from the French words <em>craie</em>, or "chalk," and <em>ola</em>, an abbreviation for "oleaginous," or "oily."

Crayola means "oily chalk." The name is derived from the French words craie, or "chalk," and ola, an abbreviation for "oleaginous," or "oily."

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5 Questions: Surely You Chest

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5 Questions: Convertibles, for One

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