|Judge sets conditions of John Hinckley's expanded time outside a DC mental hospital|
|John Hinckley will soon be spending more time outside a Washington mental hospital.|
|Cafe planned for Mass. YMCA is called a doughnut shop, but it won't be selling them|
|A doughnut shop chain won't be selling doughnuts at a new Massachusetts location.|
|University of Utah students suspected of smoking pot in igloo|
|Four University of Utah students who police say were caught smoking pot in an igloo are facing possible discipline from campus officials.|
|Former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner pleads not guilty to new mail fraud charges|
|Former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner has pleaded not guilty to mail fraud charges that allege she misspent thousands of dollars in campaign money on personal items.|
|Washington girl, 11, shoots and kills cougar tracking her brother|
|An 11-year-old girl shot a cougar that was following her 14-year-old brother to their home at Twisp, in north central Washington, the state Fish and Wildlife Department said.|
|Unsealed documents shed new light on 2010 FBI raids against war protesters in Minnesota|
|Newly unsealed documents allege Minnesota war protesters told an undercover FBI agent that they believed in violent, armed revolution against the U.S. and raised money for Colombian and Palestinian organizations the government considers to be terrorists.|
|Arkansas judge awards more than $500 million to 7 woman abused by Tony Alamo|
|A circuit judge in Arkansas has awarded more than half a billion dollars in damages to seven women who were physically and sexually abused by Tony Alamo when they belonged to the evangelist's ministry.|
|Huber Matos Benitez, Cuban rebel leader turned Castro foe, dies in Miami at 95|
|Huber Matos Benitez (OO'-ber MAH'-tos ben-EE'-tez), who was a leader of the Cuban Revolution before becoming an opponent of Fidel Castro, has died.|
|Idaho parents sent to penalty box for cheering at kids' basketball games|
|You can cheer, but not vocally.|
|Woman pleads not guilty in kidnapping of Wisconsin newborn; boy abandoned at Iowa gas station|
|A woman accused of abducting her newborn nephew in Wisconsin and abandoning him outside a gas station in Iowa has pleaded not guilty to a federal kidnapping charge.|
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