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Al Capone's diamond pocket watch among items at 'gangster' auction
Al Capone 's diamond-studded, platinum pocket watch and other artifacts that belonged to some of America's most notorious gangsters are being auctioned Saturday. Capone's watch as well as a musical composition he handwrote behind bars in Alcatraz are among the items up for bid in the "Gangsters,
5 Infamous Prison Breaks That Were (Semi) Successful
The two inmates who are still on the lam 12 days after breaking out of a maximum security prison in upstate New York have joined an infamous club of convicts who were able to break out of prison. Hollywood films have glamorized the drama of prison breaks, including the fictitious one that was the
Bank Robbery a Fading Vocation In Internet Age: A Look Back at the Greats
What's the career outlook for bank robbery? Not good, if you mean the classic hands-on heists perfected by "Pretty Boy" Floyd, John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson or Bonnie and Clyde. In the digital age, says the FBI, fewer and fewer guys (and dolls) are bursting into banks with tommy guns, yelling,
20/20 05/17: Work Wars: Dos and Don't in the Workplace
Extreme Quitters, Bosses, Shark Tank, Supply Closet Kleptos, Arizona Bundle, Career Killers
Supply Closet Kleptos
We've all taken a few pens, but this guy stole $1.5 million worth of printer toner.
Rare $200,000 'Bonnie and Clyde' Guns Go Up For Auction
The story of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, the love-struck bandits who rose to fame during America’s public enemy era before suffering a violent death at the hands of police, has resonated across generations, spawning films, music, even an annual festival. Starting Sept. 30, some of the...
Grandma Who Allegedly Stole College Fund At Large Due to Catch 22
A grandmother wanted in Indiana for stealing her grandson's $97,000 college fund remains at large, believed by authorities to be on the lam in Minden, La. Her vengeance-seeking son-in-law demands her extradition, but a Catch-22 prevents police in both states from apprehending her. Edna Sue Pate,
'Geezer' Bandit: A Possible Break in the Case
Now a possible break in the case of the so called geezer bandit the masked robber breaking banks on the West Coast police now tracking an important lead in catching the elusive suspect. ABC's David Wright has the story. They call him big bandit. Over the past two years he's believed to have robbed
J. Edgar Hoover: Gay or Just a Man Who Has Sex With Men?
Clint Eastwood Film Leaves Question of Homosexuality Ambiguous, Though Today's Gays Would Say Emphatically, 'Yes'
Gangsters Are a Hit with Chicago Tourists
When Louise Leach planned her vacation, she had three priorities for her visit here: "architecture, pizza and gangsters." Leach, 63, a retiree from Manchester, England, took an architecture boat tour and by Day Three of her stay had eaten at two pizzerias. She came to the Biograph Theater, where