up another week here on "jeopardy!" so far, the week has belonged to our champion, andrew moore. he's won every game he has played, but ben and judy look determined today. we'll find out if it works. good luck, players. here we go. categories for this first round of play... identify the sport as we deal with... alex: so it's obviously... andrew, where do you start? judy. what is auto racing? correct. 000. it's getting "late" judyfor $200. ben. what is a late hit? yes. it's getting "late," $400. ben. what is latex? good. it's getting "late," $600.
, as our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of moore, oklahoma, who are putting the pieces back together after a massive tornado ripped through their community just two weeks ago. as a floridian and survivor of hurricane andrew, i know firsthand that natural hazards are a leading threat to americans' economy and americans' lives. in recent years, americans have seen flooded subway stations in new york city, earthquake damage in the nation's capital, the great american city of new orleans submerged under water, unimaginable devastation in joplin, missouri, and now entire nabbeds in oklahoma flattened to -- and now entire neighborhoods in oklahoma flattened to the ground. there hasn't been a record number of zasters in the united states over the last two years, and 2011 was the deadliest year on record for tornadoes with over 550 fatalities. while we cannot stop a hurricane or a tornado from happening, we should do all that we can to make sure our communities have the tools they need to respond and recover from such an event. we as a nation must invest in preparedness and resilien
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