Australian officials have fined an Indonesian traveler $2,664 (about $1,874 U.S.) for not declaring two sausage-and-egg McMuffins and a ham croissant when entering the country. A security dog sniffed out the contraband at Darwin International Airport. The food was scheduled to be tested for foot-and-mouth disease and then destroyed.
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Republicans turned off by Walker at least have a third option, but for House races in Georgia, state law makes it extremely difficult for third-party candidates to get on the ballot.