The former president — actually, longtime Truman impersonator Niel Johnson — handed $56.63 to Truman's former paperboy, who said he never was paid for about six months worth of newspapers delivered to Truman's Independence home in 1947.
The settlement resolves complaints that Walgreens Co. improperly tried to get people to switch their prescriptions to its pharmacies.
Jared Lee Loughner is being treated at a Missouri prison facility where he has been forcibly medicated for about 10 months in a bid to make him mentally fit. His stay is set to end June 7.
Federal prosecutors say the former counselor at Camp Wakonda in Lawrence County used two minors to produce child pornography.