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Question: How many members are there in the U.S. Senate?
Answer: There are 100 Senators in the U.S. Senate, two from each state. If another state were added, the number would be 102.
Question: What is the American state with the fewest counties?
Answer: Delaware has only three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.
Question: Which American state has the most interstate highway kilometers?
Answer: As of 2007, Texas had 3,234 miles (5,204 kilometers) of interstate highways, while California, at second, had 2,456 miles (3,952 kilometers). Behind them were Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
Question: How many stripes does the American flag have?
Answer: The American flag has 13 alternating red and white stripes, symbolizing the original 13 states.
Question: Which state did the United States purchase from Russia?
Answer: The Stars and Stripes have flown over Alaska since October 18, 1867, when the vast land was purchased from Russia for $7.2 million.
Question: How many states are there in the United States of America?
Answer: There are 50 states in the United States. The last, Hawaii, was admitted in 1959.
Question: Which state was once called Deseret?
Answer: Utah was originally called Deseret by its Mormon founders. The name means "honey bee."
Question: Which state did Edward Kennedy represent as a U.S. Senator?
Answer: Edward Kennedy represented Massachusetts as a U.S. Senator for many years until his death in 2009.
Question: What is the capital of the United States?
Answer: Washington occupies the District of Columbia. The city was designed by the French architect Pierre L’Enfant in the 1790s.
Question: Which of these is not an American national park?
Answer: Disneyland is a privately owned amusement park. The other parks belong to all the American people as part of the national park system.
United States Historical Flag: Stars and Stripes 1863 to 1865

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