Time for the shoutout.
Which U.S. state traditionally holds the first contests to choose each major party's presidential nominee?
If you think you know it, shout it out.
Is it (a), Delaware, (b), Iowa, (c), New Hampshire, (d),Hawaii?
You've got three seconds. Go.
For decades, the Iowa caucuses have been the first nomination contest.
The New Hampshire primary comes second.
That's your answer and that's your shout-out.
But that doesn't necessarily mean that the Democrat and the Republican who win in Iowa will ultimately win their party's nomination.
It's a first step in the nominating process and at this point, it's scheduled for February 1st.
There's one fewer Republican in the race, though.
Late last week, former Texas Governor Rick Perry suspended his campaign.He was running low on funding.
That means as of today, there are 16 Republicans currently seeking their party's nomination.
The latest CNN/ORC polls showed that businessman Donald Trump is leading the pack.
On the Democratic side, five people have officially announced that they're running.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leads the Democrats in the polling so far.
If you know where the capital city of Doha is, you know where we're starting on this Monday.
It's in the Middle Eastern nation of Qatar, and it's the Qatar Academy Sidra that requested a mention on our roll call.
On the U.S. West Coast, in College Place, Washington, we've got the Hawks on today.
Hello, College Place High School.
And on the U.S. East Coast, Arundel High School, the home of the Wildcats, wraps up our roll from Gambrills, Maryland.
New technology could make it possible for your parents to find out virtually every detail of how you drive, when they're not in the car with you.
It's part of the interactive electronic smart touch screen stuff you see in many new cars.
And there are concerns about one particular program.
Is it an invasion of privacy?
What kind of driving data is being kept by the carmaker?
And could it be turned over to police?
Could it be used in court cases or insurance claims?
Of course, the question many parents might ask is: could it make my teenager a safer driver?
The 2016 Chevy Malibu is packed with pictures.
But I was most interested in one, designed to keep young drivers safe.
If I break the rules in this car, it will tell my mom.