Weekly News Quiz: September 15, 2022 – CNN

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By Alexandra Meeks and Ivory Sherman
Prince William, who was named the Prince of Wales by his father, King Charles III, is first in line to the throne.
California has reported more than 4,300 monkeypox cases, the most out of any state. Earlier this week, the first US death due to monkeypox was also confirmed in Los Angeles County.
Succession“ won the Emmy for outstanding drama series — the final award of the night. The show’s creator, Jesse Armstrong, caused a bit of a stir by taking a dig at King Charles III during his acceptance speech.
President Biden’s “moonshot” initiative aims to reduce cancer deaths in the US by at least 50% in the next 25 years. Biden – who lost his son to brain cancer – called the goal “completely doable” and said he would use his authority to increase funding for cancer research.
Egg prices have increased by nearly 40%, according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Overall, grocery prices have jumped 13.5% since this time last year.
A little more than two weeks after she was knocked out of the US Open – a moment many thought would be the last act of her tennis career – Serena Williams has teased her potential return to the sport.
French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted a tribute to the director on Tuesday, writing that France has lost a “national treasure.”
Apple’s iOS 16 includes a new feature that allows users to edit and unsend recently sent iMessages. Users are also now able to personalize their iPhone lock screens.
Columbia University said that it relied on “outdated and/or incorrect methodologies” in submitting data to U.S. News & World Report for consideration in the publication’s 2021 college rankings, according to a statement released by the university.
Russia has been seeking to build closer ties with China after Europe and the United States responded to the invasion with waves of sanctions.


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