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Bar and pub trivia originated in England, but it's become a popular past time in the United States over the last twenty years. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Should phones be used at trivia nights? A D.C. cheating scandal begs the question

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Hans Niemann has filed a lawsuit accusing chess world champion Magnus Carlsen and others of defamation, in the latest twist to a cheating scandal that has roiled the world of elite chess. Tim Vizer/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Authorities seized Chase Cominsky's fishing boat and trailer as a tool of crime, after he and his fishing partner were indicted on charges of cheating in a fishing tournament. Cuyahoga County Office of the Prosecutor hide caption

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Army cadets make their way through campus at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y., in 2007. This week, over 70 cadets were accused of cheating on an exam — the worst academic scandal since 1976, instructors say. Don Emmert/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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