News break / News quiz

Chicago Public Square’s taking a break for today but will return in full force Monday. Through the weekend—and any other time, for that matter—check the Square Facebook page for updates like these from the last 24 hours:

The AP: Election offices across the country were sent envelopes with fentanyl or other substances …
Bill Gates: “In the next five years … you won’t have to use different apps for different tasks. You’ll simply tell your device, in everyday language, what you want to do.”
R.I.P., Jezebel.
From 40 years ago, a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the ’XRT news drill for Hemmert’s morning show—in some ways, foreshadowing Chicago Public Square’s production.

And now, a fresh news quiz, courtesy of The Conversation’s quizmaster, past Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions winner Fritz Holznagel.

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