Daily Quiz #4072
In his short life the American author Thomas Wolfe (1900-1938) wrote several lengthy novels, multiple novellas, short stories and dramatic works. Which of these is one?
Which medal, originally called the Badge of Military Merit, was established by George Washington in 1782, awarded to only 3 Revolutionary War soldiers, and not proposed again officially until after World War I?
What is the name of the line of latitude that is approximately 23 degrees 30 minutes North?
Who was alleged to have choked pop star Rhianna until she was unconscious in a rented Lambhorgini shortly before the 2009 Grammy Awards?
Ground-breaking research into American sexual habits was made by which couple?
A station logo that TV broadcasters overlay over a portion of the screen-area to identify the channel (known in the UK and New Zealand as a DOG and in the USA and Canada as a bug), is known as what in Australia?
Which English rowing event is held every year on the River Thames for 5 days (Wednesday to Sunday) over the first weekend in July?