No. 486: "Zanan-o-Gram"

Testing your knowledge of what happened this week
Oct. 5 2000 3:00 AM

No. 486: "Zanan-o-Gram"

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The Lord Chancellor, Lord Irvine, dismissed these predictions, telling the BBC, "I do not think anyone who thinks about it for a single second could dispute the proposition that if basic human rights are trampled on, then there should be a remedy."

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Jon Delfin's Wacky Placement Extra

MARION'S PILL PROBLEM?: Jim Killam, adviser to the Northern Star at Northern Illinois University, has fired off this e-mail to colleagues:

For the benefit of those who do not see the Chicago Sun-Times, I will describe Friday's front page. The lead headline, in about 144-point type, is "AMERICANS GET ABORTION PILL." Directly below that headline is a 4-column photo of Olympian Marion Jones, an American flag draped around her shoulders. The headline reads, "MARION TAKES TWO."

from Jim Romenesko's Media News

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Strom Thurmond.

Randy Cohen used to write Slate's "News Quiz." His most recent book—oh, like you don't know.