It was supposed to be a four-day luxury cruise through the Caribbean, but for the 3,143 passengers aboard the Carnival Triumph, it became a vacation nightmare.
CNN's Erin Burnett takes a look at the events in the Carnival cruise ship Triumph's attempts to return to port.
Dee Tucker, passenger on the crippled Carnival cruise ship talks about her experience on the crippled cruise ship and gets the opportunity to talk to h her fiance, Joe Eckert.
Frustrated passengers on the Carnival Triumph ship have been without fresh food or clean bathrooms for five days.
We've seen video of sewage running down walls and in the hallways. And that raises the question, what if any legal action can these passengers take against Carnival?
OutFront tonight: Jim Walker is a Maritime Lawyer and Cruise Safety Advocate.
Thousands of people trapped aboard a crippled Carnival cruise ship are running low on supplies and living in their own filth. What will we find when the ship finally comes ashore?
Erin Burnett will anchor Erin Burnett OutFront from Mobile, Alabama at 7p and 11p ET as the Carnival Triumph cruise docks.
The mother of Ethan, the 6-year-old Alabama hostage victim, talked to Dr. Phil about how the family is coping. Erin Burnett reports.