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  • In Pictures Celebrities entertain the troops

    Celebrities have a long tradition of entertaining troops. Actress and comedian Kathy Griffin (r.) and singer Katy Perry perform during the VH1 Divas Salute The Troops presented by the USO show at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego on Dec. 3, 2010.

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  • Carnival to repay costs of rescue: What's the tab?

    Carnival plans to repay the U.S. government for responding to the disabled Carnival 'Triumph' and 'Splendor' cruise ships, which left thousands of passengers stranded for days.

  • In Pictures Celebrities entertain the troops

    Celebrities have a long tradition of entertaining troops. Actress and comedian Kathy Griffin (r.) and singer Katy Perry perform during the VH1 Divas Salute The Troops presented by the USO show at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego on Dec. 3, 2010.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 03/23

    Petty Officer Third Class David Weir kisses his wife, Jessica, and son, Cody, as he prepares to deploy on the USS Bataan from Naval Station Norfolk, in Norfolk, Va. The USS Bataan Amphibious Ready Group is deploying to the Mediterranean Sea to aid international efforts in Libya.

  • Japan nuclear crisis: US Navy monitoring health threat to forces

    Japan nuclear crisis: US Navy monitoring health threat to forces

    Some US naval forces engaged in earthquake relief efforts have been exposed to low levels of radiation from the Japan nuclear crisis. The Navy is keeping its ships out of the radiation 'plume' and is taking precautions.

  • Japan earthquake: 5 ways the international community is helping

    Japan earthquake: 5 ways the international community is helping

    Japan has received offers of assistance from 14 international organizations and 102 countries (including a number of unexpected aid donors such as embattled Afghanistan and poverty-stricken Cambodia), according to the latest report from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Japan has accepted help, mostly in the form of search and rescue teams, from 15 countries. Here is an overview of some of the help pouring into Japan as it struggles to dig out from Friday’s 9.0-magnitude earthquake and resulting tsunami.

  • Japan tsunami: Here's how you can help

    Japan tsunami: Here's how you can help

    Nations are responding to the devastation in Japan, sending aid workers, rescue equipment, and humanitarian supplies. Individuals can help too by donating to legitimate charities.

  • In Pictures Carnival's stranded cruise ship

    Tugboats tow the disabled cruise ship Carnival Splendor into San Diego Bay on Nov. 11. The ship, which lost power four days earlier with nearly 4,500 passengers and crew aboard, was towed from the waters off the coast of Mexico.

  • Carnival Splendor cruise ship, with over 4000 aboard, disabled off Mexican coast

    Carnival Splendor cruise ship, with over 4000 aboard, disabled off Mexican coast

    Carnival Splendor cruise ship engine was disabled by a fire early Monday morning. Almost 4,500 passengers and crew are aboard the Carnival Splendor, adrift off the coast of western Mexico, south of San Diego.