Charli and Dixie D'Amelio, Chase Hudson, Noah Beck, Madi Monroe, and others have been allegedly spotted at the Atlantis Bahamas as the pandemic worsens in Los Angeles.
"They are trying to make us suffer so we will leave."
Haitians In The Bahamas Are Getting Rounded Up And Deported Two Months After Surviving Hurricane Dorian
"We are trapped. There is nowhere to go."
“It’s human life versus animal life and I understand that, but now that the human life is at least safe, it’s time to really go in and go ahead and help these guys."
"This storm is looking like the opportunity that the government wanted or needed to be able to finally rid themselves of Haitians amongst us and the shanty towns."
A Volunteer Helicopter Team In The Bahamas Thought It Was Just A Pile Of Debris. Then They Looked A Little Closer.
It was all thanks to a hunch.
“The reality is you can be the best surgeon in the world, but if you don’t get food and water and shelter to these people, they are going to die.”
They Lost 113 Of Their Friends In Hurricane Dorian. Now These Dogs And Cats Are Ready For New Homes.
Mila, Speedy, Mama, Karl, and more than 165 other doggos and cattos survived a storm that flooded a Humane Society in the Bahamas and they’re ready for some love.
"How am I supposed to get a visa? Where do I go for that?"
Twanette Keyser, her husband, and their three children evacuated to Florida after Hurricane Dorian destroyed their home in the Bahamas. Now they want the Trump administration to let them live and work legally in the US until they can return.
People on Grand Bahama and the Abaco Islands used to making short supply trips to the US are trying to figure out how to survive without homes and reliable food and water. Trump said they might be “drug dealers.”
"All passengers that don’t have US visa, please proceed to disembark," said the announcement — a contradiction of US policy.
Volunteers Are Using Boats And Planes To Swarm The Hurricane-Ravaged Bahamas: "We Need Absolutely Everything"
"People have no way to communicate, no information, no food, no water, they barely have gasoline to get around."
The hurricane left at least 30 people dead and destroyed thousands of homes after striking the Bahamas as a powerful Category 5 storm.
"I leaned back, and then that shark, he came and he bit down on my arm and pulled me under."
Darling, it's better, down where it's wetter, take it from me.
Since Ned & Ariel are trying to have a baby, Ned and his best friend Eric take "one last hurrah" on an epic cruise to the Caribbean before Ned's life changes forever.
Someone give me the money to spend a month in the sun by an infinity pool, please.
Federal prosecutors accused Billy McFarland of promising a "'life-changing' music festival," when instead he delivered "a disaster."
Ja Rule, who helped organize the festival, said the festival was not intended to be a scam, and that he’s working to refund guests’ money.
"Young males are asked to exercise extreme caution in affected cities in their interactions with the police. Do not be confrontational."
This ship disappeared in October amid Hurricane Joaquin, with all 33 crew members lost at sea.
The hashtag is in reaction to the suspension of a group of female students for their "unkempt" hair.
Statistically, where we use #NoFilter the most.
The wreckage of the missing El Faro was found in the Atlantic over the weekend, authorities confirmed Monday. The ship was carrying 33 crew members when it disappeared on Oct. 1.
The Navy has now dispatched a special vessel to find the sunken cargo ship at its last known location and retrieve its data recorder, federal officials announced Tuesday.
Just too damn cute.
OMG she's like a little catdog!
Here are the most moving, spectacular, and beautiful photos of science and nature from September.
It's all about the money!
The private jet collided with a construction crane. At least one of the deceased is a local clergy member.
In 1994, Andre was a mild hit, but the fate of the animal at its center remained decidedly unclear. This is the story of how the sea lion lead of a film "based on a true story" became a movie star, a Katrina hurricane refugee, and a Bahamian expatriate.