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Fans in the mosh pit during the performance of Liturgy at the 2012 Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park, Chicago, on July 14, 2012. Roger Kisby/Getty Images hide caption

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Mosh Pit Math: Physicists Analyze Rowdy Crowd

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Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman and former CEO, stands near a statue of the late North Korean leader Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang in January. He's headed now to Myanmar, another largely untapped market. David Guttenfelder/AP hide caption

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Google's Eric Schmidt Heads To Another Isolated Asian Nation

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Gears of War: Judgment hit stores on Tuesday. Courtesy Microsoft Studios hide caption

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After Conquering Consoles, Hard-Core Gaming Shifts To Mobile

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Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis speaks outside Mahalia Jackson Elementary School in Chicago about the planned closing of 54 public schools. Opponents say the plan will disproportionately affect minority students in the nation's third-largest school district. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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Chicago Teachers, Parents Riled By Plan To Close 54 Public Schools

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The Rev. Gene Robinson, along with his daughter Ella and partner Mark Andrew, attend a news conference after Robinson was confirmed as bishop of the Episcopal Church in Minneapolis in 2003. Robinson was the church's first openly gay bishop, and his daughter is an advocate for gay marriage. Eric Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Kids' Voices Key On Both Sides Of Gay-Marriage Debate

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Print versions of Daily Variety, like this one from 2003, will no longer be available on L.A. newsstands. Variety will continue online and in a print weekly, but the daily print edition is being dropped. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Not Doing So 'Boffo,' 'Daily Variety' Drops Print Edition

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Tina Fey stars as Princeton University admissions counselor Portia Nathan in the new comedy Admission. Fey says the movie's frankly manic depiction of the college application melee appealed to her. David Lee/Focus Features hide caption

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Tina Fey, Movie Star? Not Quite Yet, She Says

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