Question of the Day
Friday's question asked: Malala has just become the youngest ever peace prize winner. Who was the oldest? This question was a bit tricky, so we accepted two answers: we were looking for Joseph Rotblat, who, at age 87, became the oldest Nobel Peace prize winner, but we'll also accept the answer of Leonid Hurwicz, who at 90 was the oldest Nobel winner over all (in the category of Economics)!
Let's call this one a tie. Congratulations to freelance photojournalist Ashley M. Apodaca, who was the first to answer Rotblat, and to communications consultant Eugene Hunt, who was the first to answer Hurwicz! Honorable mentions also go out to Hiram Reisner, Hollywood Highlands, Ken Walker, Claudine Laforce, Paul DelColle and Annie M. Dance for getting that right, as well.
As for today's question, here it is, continuing with the Nobel theme: Seeing as the economics prize winner was just announced today, who was the economics winner who had to split his $1 million prize with his ex-wife? And why? Be sure to answer both parts to receive credit!
Click here to tweet your answer to @MuckRack. Remember, you must spell your answers correctly to be counted! We’ll announce the winners tomorrow!