A group of cuban exiles are headed out to sea Saturday in protest of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Cuba.
Divers in the Florida Keys decided to honor their country on July 4th by attaching a 9/11 memorial flag to a historic shipwreck.
While January 1 is a day of celebration for many, for exiled Cubans, it’s a somber anniversary of the communist revolution on the Caribbean island.
Direct mail service is being discussed, again, between U.S. and Cuban representatives.
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba’s infamous navy base, no longer has Cuban employees: Luis La Rosa and Harry Henry retired.
If you thought you saw a giant missile being hauled down the road on a back of a giant flatbed truck in Miami Friday morning, you weren’t seeing things.
In the nineteen fifty five cold war movie “The Mouse that Roared,” a tiny European country decides its only hope to escape bankruptcy is to invade the U.S., lose the war and then get lots of U.S. aid, like many European countries did after World War II.
In sprawling Everglades National Park, not far from Homestead, there is a sight that makes you do a double take.