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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his finance minister Rishi Sunak were fined by police over lockdown-breaking parties held on UK government premises, a Downing Street spokesperson told CNN on Tuesday.
The FAA said Friday it is seeking the largest fines yet for passengers who disrupt flights after two incidents that occurred on airliners last summer.
Uganda has proposed steep penalties for anti-vaxxers in a new bill being studied by parliament, as the country doubles down on its Covid-19 vaccine mandate.
The Shenandoah School Board faced a difficult decision Tuesday evening during a special board meeting to discuss the federal vaccination mandate.
Greene has been fined 20 times for not wearing a mask. After a warning in May, she was fined $500 for her first offense, and $2,500 for each subsequent offense, which is in line with House rules.
An Iowa nursing home recently hit with more than $300,000 in fines has been added to Medicare’s list of the nation’s worst care facilities.
A New York City restaurant host was assaulted by three women from Texas after she asked for proof they had been vaccinated against COVID-19, police said.
Pop singer Pink has offered to pay a fine given to the Norwegian female beach handball team for wearing shorts instead of the required bikini bottoms.
The women's beach handball team from Norway was fined 150 euros each for wearing shorts. The European Handball Federation requires women to we…
Dubai authorities said Tuesday that those involved in a naked photo shoot on a high-rise balcony in the city will be deported.
A man was stopped at the Vienna airport as he tried to smuggle 74 chameleons from Africa. They were hidden in socks and empty ice cream boxes.
A man in British Columbia, Canada, is starting the new year with hundreds of dollars in fines after police officials said he touched his taxi driver's face and refused to wear a face mask inside the car.
Costa is a dentist from Pittsburgh who pleaded guilty to a health care fraud charge related to false billing, served two years of probation and paid nearly $300,000 in fines and restitution. The White House said Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and former NFL football player Jerome Bettis had requested clemency for Costa and said Costa devoted much of his adult life to serving his community.
The 89-year-old pleaded guilty in 1952 — when he was 19 — to helping his wife's uncle illegally distill moonshine. He served three years of probation and paid a $250 fine. The White House said Crum, of Oklahoma, has maintained a clean record and a strong marriage for nearly 70 years, attended the same church for 60 years, raised four children, and regularly participated in charity fundraising events.
A U.S. college student and her boyfriend have been sentenced to four months in prison in the Cayman Islands for violating strict COVID-19 measures.
Browns receiver Jarvis Landry called Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters “a coward” for spitting at him behind his back during the Ravens’ 47-42 victory Monday night at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Florida can bar ex-felons from voting if they owe court fines or fees associated with their convictions, even if they are unable to pay, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Page County Attorney, Carl M. Sonksen, reports the following activities in the Iowa District Court for Page County for the week of November 19…
On Wednesday, Nov. 7, Iowa DNR Conservation Officers Andrea Bevington and Adam Arnold were checking hunters in deer camps in Taylor County whe…