Word of the Day, This Day in History, Number to Know, Website of the Day, Today’s Featured Birthday and Daily Quote.
Word of the Day
cohort KOH-hort noun; A group; also, a companion or associate. — Dictionary.com
This Day in History
July 22, 1934: Bank robber John Dillinger, listed by the FBI as “Public Enemy No. 1,” is gunned down by police and federal agents outside the Biograph Theater in Chicago, Illinois, where he had just seen “Manhattan Melodrama,” a gangster film. He died almost immediately.
Number to Know
$7.70: The amount of cash Dillinger was carrying when he was ambushed and killed.
Website of the Day: FBI Most Wanted
The current list of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives.
Today’s Featured Birthday
John Leguizamo, American actor, comedian, producer and writer, 50.
“I love independent films. It’s the only place as an actor you’re totally allowed to breathe.” — John Leguizamo
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