Raul Castro Says Detente Won’t Change Cuban System Three men convicted of spying in the United States and returned to Cuba as part of an agreement, stood in front of members of the Cuban parliament and received a standing ovation on Saturday. Hopes, Fears, Doubts Surround Cuba’s Oil Future One of the most prolific oil and gas basins on the planet sits just off Cuba's northwest coast, and the thaw in relations with the United States is giving rise to hopes that Cuba can now get in on the action.
Cuba Protests Planned In Miami, But Turnout Unclear Florida Legislature Defends New Districts Intra-Party Feud Over New Cuba Policy Intensifies Governor Scott Insists He Has Met Jobs Promise Cuban-American Lawmakers Against New US-Cuba Policy Change First Bush, Then Cuba: Rubio Rides Political Wave Jeb Bush To Step Down From Banking Advisory Position Scott Keeps Daly As DJJ Secretary Cubans Take To Social Media Over Cuban Spies Release Obama Reignites Political Debate Over Cuba
Search For Possible Missing Person In Water Off Dinner Key Marina Numerous rescue personnel spent Saturday night searching for a person who was reported missing in the water off of Dinner Key Marina. MDPD Officers Distribute Gift Cards To Families The Miami-Dade Police Department received an anonymous donation that helped provide holiday cheer to members of the community in need.
8-Year Old Hit & Run Victim Dies Amid Search For Driver Higher Rain Chances Coming Early Week Scuba Diving Santa Submerges In Florida Keys Sanctuary Hundreds Of Children Get New Set Of Wheels For Christmas Fans Line Up For Days For Air Jordan 11 Release Protesters: ‘It’s Not The Time’ For More Cuba Ties Woman Sentenced For Operating Fraudulent Call Centers Heat Star Celebrates Christmas Early With Children In Need Raul Castro Says Detente Won’t Change Cuban System Hopes, Fears, Doubts Surround Cuba’s Oil Future