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A Clear Message From Colombian Police: Don't Mess With '100 Years Of Solitude'

In 2015, a first edition copy of Gabriel García Márquez's classic was stolen from a Bogota book fair. Many cases in that city go unsolved, but local law enforcement went all out to find the book.

Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, speaks to the media at Trump Tower on Monday. Eduardo Munoz Alvarez /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Adviser Dismisses Potential Business Conflicts, Defends Children's Roles

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In Nashville, Rep. John Lewis Gets Surprise From His Civil Rights Past

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Now Like Photographs The Six Parts Seven
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Just Like I Pictured It Medeski, Martin & Wood
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Lady Gaga went on a dive bar tour this year to promote her country-influenced album, Joanne. Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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2016: The Year Pop Went Country

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Daddy Lesson Beyonce & The Dixie Chicks
Pigtown Fling Phil Volan

As the presence of artificial intelligence continues to grow in the world, industry leaders and scholars are starting to explore the ethics surrounding the science. Juan Mabromata/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Scholars Delve Deeper Into The Ethics Of Artificial Intelligence

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Bright New Day Michael Stribling
Blissed Brian Eno

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A Woman Launches A 'Search Party' For Someone Else ... And Herself

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Obedear Purity Ring
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Two Years Later Margie Adam

High on President-elect Donald Trump's list of activities for his first 100 days is a hiring freeze on all civilian federal jobs that aren't in public safety. Tom Thai/Flickr hide caption

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Trump Wants A Federal Hiring Freeze, But It May Not Save Money

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Groydology Curtis Lundy
Nickel Plated Eric Marienthal

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A Clear Message From Colombian Police: Don't Mess With '100 Years Of Solitude'

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Lost by the Way Tom Rothrock

President-elect Donald Trump stands outside the clubhouse following his meeting with Peter Kirsanow, an attorney and member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, at Trump International Golf Club, Sunday in Bedminster, N.J. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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President-Elect Trump Plans To Slash Taxes On Businesses — Including His Own

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Tone Painting Strunz & Farah
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Deaths Involving Fentanyl Rise As Curbing Illicit Supply Proves Tough

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Break Out Laszlo Gardony
Dangerous Friends Ken Baldwin

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Dementia Risk Declines, And Education May Be One Reason Why

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"I think we came about precisely from just goofing around and having fun," bassist Chester Hansen (second from right) says. "And we're still just goofin'." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'We're Contemporary People': BADBADNOTGOOD's Mixed Bag Of Inspiration

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Confessions II Badbadnotgood
The Lost Ones Stefon Harris
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