Weekly news quiz: Test your knowledge of union strikes, AI and weird rental fees Who doesn't love a feud? Test your knowledge of this week's conflicts, plus meet a fish you DON'T want to encounter in a dark alley.

Weekly news quiz: From competing AIs to ready-to-strike unions, who's NOT in a fight?

From left: Marta, UPS practice picketer, disturbing fish Franck Fife/AFP via Getty Images, Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation hide caption

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From left: Marta, UPS practice picketer, disturbing fish

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This week saw a seemingly higher-than-usual number of people, animals and machines fighting the status quo. A mammal took on Big Dinosaur, albeit 125 million years ago. Workers faced down Big Capitalism with strikes and lawsuits. Authors sent a strongly worded letter to Big AI! Air conditioners are doing their best against Big Climate Change. The Women's World Cup is a veritable symphony of under-doggedness.

To stretch this already-strained metaphor even more, roséwave is battling Big Existential Angst and NPR subverted Big Genre Expectations by hosting a GWAR Tiny Desk.

Anyway, at least a few other things happened. How well were you paying attention?

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