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With a bit of his mother's native language thrown in at the end, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra released a public service announcement on Wednesday asking people to give to UNICEF and help with typhoon relief efforts in the Philippines.
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, a Filipino-American, released a public service announcement with UNICEF on Wednesday asking people to help with typhoon relief efforts in the Philippines.
The Brazilian government wants to improve services for the nearly 600,000 international visitors and 3 million local tourists expected at next year's World Cup.
Carnival Corp. CEO Micky Arison said he's stepping down after more than 30 years in the leadership role.
Carnival Cruise Lines, which has been plagued by a string of technical problems that have left passengers stranded at port and at sea, is nonetheless moving to expand its operations.
Strong winds caused the infamous Carnival Triumph to break loose from its moorings Wednesday afternoon while it was being repaired in Alabama.
Authorities announced this week that they believe they know who stole 13 pieces of artwork worth as much as $500 million from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990. A look at some of the biggest and most brazen art thefts in recent times:
Arrangements are being made to fly all 4,300 Carnival cruise passengers home following reports of power outages, problems with the propulsion system and overflowing toilets aboard the docked Carnival Dream in the Caribbean.
As stories of floating sewage and onion sandwiches surfaced about the Carnival cruise ship saga, one could only imagine a situation akin to "Lord of the Flies," with people panicking and fighting over shelter and food. Not so, one passenger told The Washington Times.
Less than 24 hours after the notorious Carnival Triumph docked in Mobile, Ala., Cassie Terry slapped Carnival Cruise Lines with its first lawsuit, citing "horrifying" conditions.
The glittering costumes and floats that last week marked Rio de Janeiro's iconic Carnival are back as the top six finishers of the annual samba school competition take part in the Parade of Champions.
The stranded Carnival cruise ship with more than 4,000 people aboard with no power, no running water and limited food supply is expected to finally dock tonight in Mobile, Alabama.
Scattered showers didn't deter revelers Monday as thousands flocked to New Orleans' historic French Quarter and surrounding areas along the Mississippi River for festivities leading up to Mardi Gras.
Overcast skies and the threat of rain couldn't dampen the revelry of Mardi Gras as parades took to the streets Tuesday, showering costumed merrymakers with trinkets of all kinds.
Overcast skies and the threat of rain couldn't dampen the revelry of Mardi Gras as parades took to the streets early Tuesday, showering merrymaking crowds with trinkets of all kinds.