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John Dillinger

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  • Channing Tatum Goes From 'Step' to Depp

    "Step Up" star Channing Tatum and Oscar nominee Marion Cotillard are expected to co-star with Johnny Depp and Christian Bale in a new film. According to Variety,Tatum and Cotillard is in negotiations to appear in "Public Enemies," from director Michael...
  • Mummified babies from 1930s found in L.A. basement

    Mummified babies from 1930s found in L.A. basement
    An investigation is under way after the mummified remains of two babies, believed to be at least 70 years old, were found wrapped in historic newspapers in the basement of an apartment building in the Westlake District of Los Angeles. The grim...
  • Motivational Speaker Admits to Gruesome 'Sweetheart Slayings'

    Motivational Speaker Admits to Gruesome 'Sweetheart Slayings'
    JEFFERSON, Wis. -- A young Edward Edwards once told a nun he wanted to be crook. After a stint on the FBI's Most Wanted List and time in prison, he said he wanted to be reformed. Instead, he now says, he became a murderer. The ailing 76-year-old former...
  • 10 things you might not know about desperadoes

    10 things you might not know about desperadoes
    "Public Enemies," starring Johnny Depp as bank robber John Dillinger, opens in movie theaters Wednesday. Suddenly, outlaws are in. Here are 10 arresting facts that might have escaped your attention: 1. A Wyoming ne'er-do-well known as "Big Nose George"...
  • Chicagos crime shrines

    Chicago has a rich mob history, and Craig Alton capitalizes on the fascination of tourists and Chicagoans alike with his Untouchables Tour, a bus trip to some of the city's infamous gangster sites. Alton, better known by his nickname "Southside," suggests...
  • A capital weekend in Indiana

    This was one of the first cities to convert its sprawling but obsolete Union Station into a wonderland of boutiques, restaurants and nightclubs. That was a major part of the Indianapolis I remembered from a visit in the '80s. Zippy Union Stations still...
  • From the archives: Colombia Drug Lords Find Fugitive Life Erodes Power

    BOGOTA, Colombia -- Pablo Escobar and Gonzalo Rodriguez Gacha have joined the notorious ranks of Billy the Kid and Al Capone. After years on the rampage, the two Colombian drug lords seem bigger than life and as bad as bandits come. Forbes magazine...