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  • Asia-bound cargo ship held in Alaska harbor cleared to leave

    A cargo ship that has been detained in an Alaska harbor amid an environmental crimes investigation has been cleared to leave port.
  • Hard unveils GoHard tour featuring Zeds Dead, A$AP Ferg, RL Grime, more

    Hard unveils GoHard tour featuring Zeds Dead, A$AP Ferg, RL Grime, more
    The Hard Events empire has taken another step toward EDM dominance with the announcement of a new multi-act tour called GoHard. The five-date event, to take place in the spring, will feature DJ-producers and rappers including Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis, A$...

    Bahama Mama cruise-ferry sails off on maiden trip

    Bahama Mama cruise-ferry sails off on maiden trip
    Here's a new way to get to the Bahamas — eating, drinking and gambling along the way. The Bahama Mama, a 1,000-passenger cruise ferry, began sailing Thursday from Fort Lauderdale to Freeport. It replaced Bahamas Express' smaller Pinar del Rio...

    SC Line expands beyond cargo at Fort Lauderdale seaport

    SC Line expands beyond cargo at Fort Lauderdale seaport
    A cargo shipping line that serves Port Everglades has upgraded to a bigger vessel that now lets passengers book cabins for a four-day trip to Panama. Want to ride a cargo ship from Fort Lauderdale overseas? A cargo shipping line that serves Port...

    Immigrants bake own success with hard work, perseverance

    HAYWARD, Calif. While living in a squalid Malaysian refugee camp, Andrew Ly never dreamed that one day the president of the United States would praise his family for its hard work and success. "I was busy trying to survive," Ly said as he recently walked...