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Do You Know What Happened In The News This Week?

A school resource officer was fired after a video showed him picking up and throwing a student in class, China is ending its one-child policy, and Game 1 of the World Series was temporarily delayed due to a "technical glitch." Take the BuzzFeed News quiz, made from stories featured in the BuzzFeed News app and the BuzzFeed News newsletter this week.

Posted on October 30, 2015, at 8:20 a.m. ET

  1. 1. Sanders Discusses Drugs

    Mark Kauzlarich / Reuters

    U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, who’s running for the Democratic presidential nomination, said this week that he wants the federal ban on what to end?


    It’s marijuana.

    At a college town hall, Sanders called for the federal ban on marijuana to end, saying, "It is time to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol.”

  2. 2. Law Enforcement In Schools

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    A South Carolina school resource officer was fired after a video showed him picking up and throwing a high school student in class. What was the name of the high school?


    It's Spring Valley High School.

    Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott on Wednesday fired Deputy Ben Fields. Federal authorities have opened a civil rights investigation.

  3. 3. Apple's Earnings

    Josh Edelson / AFP / Getty Images

    Apple just announced a $51 billion quarter. How many iPhones have been sold in the last three months?


    It's 48 million.

    Apple sold 48 million iPhones in the quarter, a hair below what analysts projected and 22% more than a year ago.

  4. 4. "Technically" Delayed

    Matt Slocum/AP

    Game 1 of the World Series was temporarily brought to a halt Tuesday night after which network experienced a “technical issue" ?


    It's Fox Sports.

    U.S. viewers were unable to watch the New York Mets and Kansas City Royals, and the outage forced a delay of game.

  5. 5. Mr. Speaker

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    Republican Rep. Paul Ryan became speaker of the U.S. House this week. What state does he represent in Congress?


    It’s Wisconsin.

    Ryan is a native of Janesville, Wisconsin, and was first elected to the House when he was 28 years old.

  6. 6. China's One-Child Policy

    China will end its one-child policy, which will allow couples to have how many children?


    It's two.

    China’s Central Committee approved a plan that would end the one-child policy and allow couples to have two children.

  7. 7. Getting Territorial

    Eugene Hoshiko/ AP

    The U.S. challenged China’s territorial claims this week by sending a warship where?


    It's the South China Sea.

    China claims an artificial island chain there is within its territorial borders. The U.S. military didn’t notify China of the “provocative maneuver,” the New York Times writes.

  8. 8. On-Call Scheduling

    A major retailer announced that it is ending on-call scheduling shifts for its U.S. workers, joining J.Crew, Gap, and others. Which store is it?


    It's Urban Outfitters.

    It's the latest retailer to abandon the controversial practice of on-call scheduling in its stores nationwide.

  9. 9. Harry Potter Returns

    Warner Bros.

    Don't panic, but priority tickets went on sale for the new Harry Potter play opening in London next year. What's the name of the play?


    It's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

    The play will follow on from the book series, and will focus on Harry and Ginny’s son, Albus Severus.

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