Sixty years ago a 6-year-old girl named Ruby Bridges blazed a trail by doing what?

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Federal marshals escorted Ruby, an African-American, to William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans as a white mob hurled insults at her.

The Miami Marlins made Kim Ng the first woman in Major League Baseball history to hold what job?

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Kim Ng, the league's newest GM, has been a high-ranking baseball executive for more than 30 years.

An apparent steam pipe explosion in West Haven, Connecticut killed two people at what kind of facility?

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The blast killed a VA hospital employee who was a U.S. Navy veteran. A contractor also died, and one person is still missing.

Which company said it detected attempts by Russian and North Korean hackers to steal data from pharmaceutical companies and other vaccine researchers?

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The state-sponsored computer intrusions discovered by Microsoft targeted companies “directly involved” in researching Covid-19 vaccines.

Which golfer wore the champion’s green jacket at The Masters?

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Dustin Johnson also set a new 72-hole Masters record with a score of 20-under par.

What was the name of the latest NASA-SpaceX spacecraft that blasted off for the International Space Station?

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Three men and one woman will spend six months orbiting Planet Earth on the , brought there by the Resilience.

Which of these companies filed paperwork indicating plans for an Initial Public Offering of stock?

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DoorDash, the on-demand food delivery giant, earned $1.92 billion in the first 9 months of this year, up from $291 million in all of 2018.

The Gap clothing chain revealed a surge in sales after an MSNBC anchor wore what garment during election coverage?

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Gap’s website saw a 90% sales increase of “Palomino brown” modern khaki pants after Steve Kornacki wore them.

How did the FBI find Leonard Moses, a fugitive murderer who escaped custody nearly 50 years ago?

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The FBI matched Moses' fingerprints with its files from back in 1968. He was serving a life sentence for first-degree murder before going on the lam in 1971.

Which of these items is not on the list of 100 holiday gifts that Google predicts will be top sellers?

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Three of Google’s own products are on the company's list of hot gifts, but not the Amazon Echo.

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