1.) What colorful bird acts as the national symbol of Guatemala?
2.) Officials executed what two politically-radical Italian immigrants in Massachusetts in 1927 for the robbery and murder of two others?
3.) What Ivy League university houses the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs?
4.) Solar Challenger – the first solar-powered airplane – crossed what body of water in July 1981?
5.) How many “H”s appear in the four-word 4-H pledge?
6.) What U.S. interstate highway measures the longest at 3,099 miles?
7.) Assuming you read this before its next appearance, Halley’s Comet last appeared in what year?
8.) According to a 2011 study by the job search site CareerCast, what profession ranks as the most stressful?
9.) A lawyer who argues a case before the Supreme Court traditionally receives what souvenir?
10.) Generally speaking, a hamlet must add what in order to become a village?
11.) What “P”-word refers to the double layers of fabric that hold the buttons and buttonholes in a shirt?
12.) Most airplane black boxes come in what color?
13.) What U.S. city ranks as the first to hire a policewoman with arrest powers?
14.) Run-down, crowded apartment buildings where poor immigrants lived went by what name?
15.) Orly Airport services what major city?
16.) What name belonged to Clyde Barrow’s brother who joined Bonnie and Clyde in some of their heists?
17.) What U.S. state ranks as the only one without commercial air service?
18.) What U.S. state ranks as the only one with an official name longer than four words?
19.) Considered one of the most-known African ethnic groups, what Nilotic ethnic group of semi-nomadic people may reside in Kenya and northern Tanzania?
20.) What passenger airline ranks as the first to put a jet into regular passenger service?
1.) resplendent quetzal
2.) Sacco and Vanzetti
3.) Princeton University
4.) English Channel
5.) five H’s
6.) Interstate 90
9.) a white quill pen
10.) a church
13.) Los Angeles, CA
15.) Paris, France
18.) Rhode Island