Mariners' Martin Tells Of Threats In Cuban Smuggling TrialThe federal trial against two men charged with conspiracy and alien smuggling involving professional Cuban baseball players continued Monday.
Marlins Hechavarria Back On Stand In Smuggling Trial Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria will return to the stand for a second day of testimony in the federal trial of a sports agent and a baseball trainer accused of smuggling players out of Cuba.
Cuban Player Smuggling Trial Resumes For Agent, TrainerA very subjective sports-related trial is picking back up in South Florida.
American Air Opens First Ticketing Office In Havana Amid veiled threats from President Trump that he would roll back the normalization process with Cuba that began under the Obama administration, American Airlines has taken a big step and opened its first ticketing office on the island.
Cuban Ballplayer Smuggling Case Goes To TrialOpening statements are expected this week in the federal trial of a sports agent and an associate accused of smuggling Cuban baseball players into the U.S.
Cuban Hero José Martí Remembered On Miami BeachNational Anthems in both English and Spanish kicked off the celebration Friday, honoring the life and accomplishments of José Martí, a Cuban national hero and an important figure in Latin American literature.
Port Everglades Calls Off Pact With Cuba After Governor's ThreatCuban business leaders toured Port Everglades Thursday and met with port officials but were unable to complete the highlight of it - a cooperation pact.
Gov. Scott Warns Ports About Trade With CubaGov. Rick Scott is using Twitter to threaten funding cuts for port operators that do business with Cuba, as legal cargo arrived Wednesday at Port Everglades from the island nation.
Cubans Bemoan End Of 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot' Immigration PolicyA major policy change could keep family members apart for years to come in South Florida and Cuba.
US/Cuba Interior Ministry Sign Law Enforcement Deal Despite objections by Republicans who feel that the U.S. should limit its dealings with the regime of Cuban leader Raul Castro, the Obama administration and Cuba's Interior Ministry have agreed to share information on international criminal activity such as terrorism, human trafficking and money laundering.
Academics Race To Save Rare Colonial Documents In CubaA group of Americans are fighting to preserve some Cuban history.
Cuba Sees Internet Access Explosion As Ties With U.S. GrowTwo days before Christmas, Cuban Luis Gonzalez received a little Chinese modem from the island's state-owned telecommunications company.