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By Donald Lambro
The president writes off jobless Americans who have given up
Topic - Al Capone
"Chicago gangster Al Capone believed that every man had his price. But for Eliot Ness and his legendary law enforcement team 'The Untouchables,' no amount of money could buy their loyalty or sway their dedication to the Chicago's safety."
An effort to scrub Eliot Ness's reputation as the federal lawman who brought down Al Capone came to Chicago's City Hall on Friday.
Orson Welles' personal draft script for "Citizen Kane" is up for sale - from the collection of an American almost as wealthy as the movie's monstrous newspaper mogul, though considerably more private.
Reputed drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman will retain his title as Chicago's Public Enemy No. 1 despite his recent capture in Mexico.
A local drug enforcement official said Saturday he wants a cartel leader who was named Chicago's first "Public Enemy No. 1" since Al Capone to be brought to the city to stand trial.
New teaser: In the pantheon of Chicago crime fighters, nobody has the worldwide reputation of Eliot Ness.
In the pantheon of Chicago crime fighters, nobody has the worldwide reputation of Eliot Ness.
Chicago's murder rate is far worse now than it was during the city's most notorious crime era, Al Capone's "gangland," when gun-control laws hardly existed, ABC reports.
Louisville is home to plenty of originals that liven up a visit to Kentucky's largest city, best known for a 2-minute sporting event.
Twenty-five years ago, Geraldo Rivera hosted a greatly hyped TV special called "The Mystery of Al Capone's Vaults." It still stands as one of the highest-rated programs in television history.
The biggest problem President Obama has is a serious lack of trust among the American people. From energy mismanagement to refusal to be fiscally accountable to blatant job-destroying policies, the president has gone off in a gung-ho leftist direction that leaves many Americans shaking their heads in confusion.
GET CAPONE: THE SECRET PLOT THAT CAPTURED AMERICA'S MOST WANTED GANGSTER
These records include details about famed personalities such as Lauren Bacall, Al Capone, Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Houdini, who according to the 1925 census was born in the United States, even though most biographies say he was born in Hungary.