5 Questions: Only Ten Days Left!

1 of 5
John Reed's 1919 book Ten Days That Shook the World was an eyewitness account of:
the Paris Peace Conference
the first Transatlantic flight
the effects of Prohibition
the Russian Revolution
2 of 5
According to Article I of the U.S. Constitution, if the President fails to sign or veto a bill within ten days, what happens to it?
it becomes law
it is automatically vetoed
it is given to the Vice President for action
it returns to the Congress for a special vote
3 of 5
What pioneering female journalist spent ten days in an insane asylum on Blackwell's Island, New York, to find out first-hand about conditions there?
Victoria Woodhull
Edna Furber
Nellie Bly
Anne McCormick
4 of 5
What Canadian city has been home to the world's largest Winter Carnival, which officially began in 1955 as a ten-day event?
Quebec City
5 of 5
In what century did Pope Gregory XIII add ten days to the old Julian calendar to compensate for time lost over the centuries?
15th century
16th century
17th century
18th century