Biden’s FAA Doubling Down on ‘Unruly Passengers’ on Flights

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is doubling down after it issued a “no tolerance” rule in January targeting “unruly” airline passengers, a phenomenon associated with the strict coronavirus regulations for fliers, including continually wearing a mask while at airports and on planes.

An officer from the Airport District Police of Miami International Airport removes passenger Dontavious Jackson (2nd R) from a United Airlines flight in Miami, on March 17, 2021, after Jackson was accused of wrongdoing by another passenger. - Jackson was later let go based on various eye witness statements from …

India: Delhi Imposes 70 Percent ‘Corona Tax’ on Alcohol

Authorities in the Indian capital of Delhi this week introduced a 70 percent tax on retail alcohol to help prevent large gatherings, as the government attempts to slowly ease lockdown restrictions imposed in response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

An elderly Indian man walks with two bottles of liquor purchased from one of the liquor shops which was reopened Monday after six weeks lockdown on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, Monday, May 4, 2020. India's six-week coronavirus lockdown, which was supposed to end on Monday, has been extended …