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AN EVIL drugs gang who harvested enough fentanyl to kill millions while raking in £8,000 a week are feared to have left an 'unsolvable' death... [Read More]
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Sean O'Neill, (pictured) of Hattersley, Greater Manchester, was part of a 'Breaking Bad' style drug plot involving a Hungarian chemist to produce and distribute £3million... [Read More]
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Jen McGowan's gripping suspense gives chilling new meaning to the words "re-routing for traffic." [Read More]
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Hi Mary Jo,... [Read More]
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"Disability is knowledge. It's power." [Read More]
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In the final season of AMC's Breaking Bad, a desperate Walter White drives a white van into the desert in New Mexico, where he buries... [Read More]
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Meth dealers hunting a drug thief in St. Louis are responsible for a pair of murders, including the grisly killing of man whose toothless, charred... [Read More]
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Don't worry, the tech giant isn't about to start breaking bad... [Read More]
Actor Bryan Cranston is facing a social media backlash for playing a disabled character in his latest movie because he is not actually disabled –... [Read More]
When you woke up this morning, you might have seen something about The Sopranos turning 20. The hit HBO show was the first of its... [Read More]
Bryan Cranston has said that he would agree to featuring in the big-screen adaptation of "Breaking Bad" "in a second". It was announced last... [Read More]
Vince Gilligan announced that the Breaking Bad mobile from FTX Games will allow fans to interact with characters they know "in a completely new way." [Read More]
Fans of Bryan Cranston, best known for his Emmy-winning portrayal of the depraved Walter White in TV's "Breaking Bad," have a chance to catch him... [Read More]
Bryan Cranston has he'd star in the Breaking Bad movie "in a second" and potentially bring back Walter White. [Read More]
Bryan Cranston has he'd star in the Breaking Bad movie "in a second" and potentially bring back Walter White. [Read More]
While delivering a special message to Foles on the NFL Network's "Good Morning Football," actor Bryan Cranston briefly went into character as iconic "Breaking Bad"... [Read More]
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