Today’s news in 10 minutes

May 24, 2024

Today on CNN 10, the US government is suing Ticketmaster’s parent company Live Nation in a groundbreaking lawsuit. The antitrust action alleges that Live Nation abused its industry dominance to harm fans nationwide for years. Then, a court ruled Elvis Presley’s Graceland mansion will remain with the family and cannot be foreclosed upon– for now. All that and more on this episode of CNN 10.


1. What is the term for a form of government in which a religious figure runs the country?

2. What is the name of New Mexico’s largest national forest, where the Wildcat Fire is burning?

3. Which three European nations say they will now formally recognize Palestinian statehood?

4. Who is the CEO of the company OpenAI?

5. What is the ICC?

6. How many pounds of garbage does the average American produce each day according to the Environmental Protection Agency?

7. Which country’s president recently died in a helicopter crash?

8. What is the name of billionaire Jeff Bezos’ space tourism rocket company?

9. What is the name for a company that dominates and controls an industry, squeezing out competition?

10. At which school did President Joe Biden recently deliver a commencement address?

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