Changing my question in light of Dan's answer. Thanks, Dan.

Consider a sequence of real random variables $X_i$ bounded in $L_1$, that is $\mathbb E\left|X_i\right|\leq M$ for all $i$. Suppose that they converge in distribution to $X$ (which by Fatou's lemma will also be in the $M$-ball of $L_1$). This is not enough to say that $\mathbb EX_i\to\mathbb EX$. We need uniform integrability (it is necessary for example if the RVs are nonnegative). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uniform_integrability

Boundedness in $L_1$ is not enough for uniform integrability. For example, the nonnegative RVs $X_i$ with CDF $(1-1/i)$ on $[0,i)$ and $1$ on $[i,\infty)$ are all in the 1-ball of $L_1$ but are not uniformly integrable. But their CDFs also do not converge uniformly.

So suppose we have $X_i$ bounded in $L_1$ converging in distribution to $X$ but also the CDFs converge uniformly $$\left|\left|F_i-F\right|\right|_\infty\to0.$$ Is it the case that $X_i$ are uniformly integrable and/or $\mathbb EX_i\to\mathbb EX$?