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Dillinger to be exhumed for forensic exam

by Hannah Harris
Posted 8/02/19, 12:37 pm

FBI agents shot and killed notorious bank robber John Dillinger in Chicago in 1934, but not everyone believes it’s his body buried in Indianapolis’ Crown Hill Cemetery. The Indiana State Department of Health approved the body’s exhumation for forensic testing, and the History Channel plans to film it for an upcoming documentary.

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Small town, big addictions

Drug Abuse | Families in rural Sioux Center, Iowa, have discovered they aren’t immune from the drug scourge, but some locals are fighting back
by Hannah Harris
Posted 8/01/19, 03:32 pm

Heaven Gaskins, dressed in a bright orange prison jumpsuit, broke down in tears in a courtroom in northwest Iowa. “I was so grateful,” she remembers, after the judge sent her to drug court instead of prison.

Three months earlier, wearing dressy black attire and a gray scarf, she was crying in the same courtroom, but for a different reason. In February 2016 she received a five-year prison sentence for robbing a bank. As an officer led the 19-year-old away in handcuffs, Gaskins cried out to her family, “I love you so much.”

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Another data breach, this time at Capital One

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 7/30/19, 12:20 pm

About 106 million customers who applied for credit cards from Capital One had their data stolen, court records revealed Monday. A hacker accessed people’s reported incomes, phone numbers, credit scores, and other information, along with the Social Security numbers of about 140,000 customers and 80,000 linked bank account numbers.

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