The recent death of a Virginia woman aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship has been ruled "suspicious" and is being actively investigated by the FBI, a spokesmen for the agency said.
In yet another possible sign of the country's escalating drug violence problem, at least six people were killed in a shooting at a popular bar in Cancun, Mexico, and five were wounded.
Carnival Cruises: come for the vacation of a lifetime, stay because there is no escape. In its continued quest to transform its vessels into nightmarish hellscapes of rotten shrimp cocktails and raw sewage, yet another Carnival Cruise has broken down. The now ironically-named "Dream" Carnival Cruise ship lost power in Carribean Wednesday, trapping 4,300 passengers, and 1,300 crew members onboard. Perhaps Carnival could avoid such troubles in the future by naming its ships more accurately ... May we suggest the S.S. Kafka?
Two of summer's most popular vacations are fusing together to create one epic, unforgettable winter extravaganza. A music festival, set on a cruise ship, equals infinite fun for everyone. Who dreamt up such a crazy, unorthodox trip? The world-renowned pop-rock band Weezer, of course.
Electric car company Tesla Motors has lost its suit against British comedic car show Top Gear, in a final ruling by a British court.
Florida spring breakers may not have to go without swimming or lounging on the state's famous beaches this year. After as many as 15,000 sharks were seen in the shallow waters off the coast of Palm Beach County, Fla., closing beaches in a panic earlier this week, several of those same spots have now reopened, according to NPR.
The Transportation Security Administration's announcement Tuesday that the group was relaxing its restrictions for carry-on items was met with enthusiasm from just about everyone - everyone except some families of 9/11 victims.
In the name of celebrity privacy, the Hawaii state Senate has voted to pass the "Steven Tyler Act" on Tuesday which will prohibit paparazzi from taking unwanted photos or video of celebs in their private moments when they visit the islands of Honolulu.
Parts of the Upper Midwest and Chicago have already endured a foot of snow on Tuesday afternoon as a result of a major winter storm that is making its way toward the East Coast. A meteorologist at the National Weather Service described it as "the biggest widespread storm of the winter."
The idea of a "meteor Disneyland" might sound like pure science fiction, but the concept could soon become a reality. The small Russian town where a meteorite landed in February is trying to capitalize on its recent fame and transform the gift from space into a tourism hot spot with a theme park and more.
On Thursday afternoon, a strong earthquake shook Vanuatu, a small South Pacific island. However, officials report that there was no major damage or causalities.
Archaeologist Hilke Thur claims to have discovered the bones to the sister, or half-sister, of legendary Egyptian pharaoh Cleopatra. According to Charlotte News-Observer, the Viennese archaeologist says she found the bones of Cleopatra's murdered sibling Arsinoe IV in Turkey.
Delta Airlines says its transcontinental trips between New York and either Los Angeles, San Francisco or Seattle will offer more dining and entertainment choices for those traveling in all customer classes.
Overnight, streets throughout Italy and Greece turned into rivers as torrential rains flooded south eastern Europe on Friday leaving many neighborhoods in ruin
The "cruise from hell" might finally be over for passengers of the Carnival Triumph, but the journey appears far from over for the Carnival Cruise company. The owner of the Triumph ship was slapped with a lawsuit seeking class action status for the alleged "anguish" five days adrift at sea without power or proper sanitation inflicted on over 3,000 vacationers.