A sportswear company created buzz on Twitter by unveiling an ad for sports bras that features 25 pairs of naked breasts. Which company is courting the controversy?

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Adidas was able to promote the ad on Twitter, but not on Facebook or Instagram, where most depictions of naked breasts are forbidden.

The Justice department seized $3.6 billion in stolen Bitcoin from a married couple who prosecutors say attempted to launder it. The female defendant is also a rapper. What is her stage name?

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Heather Morgan, 31, goes by “Razzlekhan” on a YouTube channel and describes herself as “like Genghis Khan, but with more pizzazz.”

A 15-year-old Olympic figure skater tested positive for a banned heart medication, jeopardizing her nation’s gold medal in team competition. What country is she from?

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Russian skater Kamila Valieva tested positive for trimetazidine, which is banned because it can improve endurance and make the flow of blood more efficient.

The White House denied a report that taxpayers will pay to distribute a specific item, despite a Health and Human Services department spokesperson saying the opposite. What’s the item?

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“Safe smoking kits” will include “alcohol swabs, lip balm [and] other materials to promote hygiene and reduce the transmission of diseases,” said Jen Psaki, but not actual pipes.

The NFL’s newly renamed Washington Commanders team said the NFL has launched a sexual harassment investigation of someone on its payroll. Who is the probe’s target?

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The Commanders say the NFL will investigate allegations that its owner Daniel Snyder sexually harassed a team employee more than a decade ago.

Two lawmakers from the same state are charged with taking bribes to steer bills through their state legislature. In which state is the U.S. Department of Justice prosecuting the pair?

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Former Hawaii Senate Majority Leader J. Kalani English and newly resigned state Rep. Ty Cullen are charged with accepting tens of thousands of dollars in cash and casino chips.

Tesla is recalling nearly 27,000 vehicles in the U.S., a specific component. What’s the faulty part?

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Tesla says its cabin heating systems might not defrost windshields quickly enough, decreasing visibility and increasing the risk of a crash.

Fox Entertainment has purchased the rights to a 1990s animation character and plans to “reimagine” it. Which character is getting a fresh look?

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The rebooted Gumby franchise, including the iconic green claymation character, will include live-action and animated content.

Team USA won its first gold medal during the Beijing Winter Olympics on the fifth day of competition. Which event turned things around?

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Snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis, 36, won the gold medal. She is the oldest American woman to win a medal in any Winter Olympic sport.

Forty of the 49 satellites that SpaceX put into orbit on Feb. 3 were knocked offline in the past week and will burn up in Earth's atmosphere. What caused the disaster?

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The blame belongs with a geomagnetic storm, caused when a blast of charged particles from the sun collides with Earth's magnetic field.

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