Cuban Players Paid Smugglers $15 Million, Prosecutors Say Cuban baseball players paid a South Florida-based smuggling ring millions of dollars to leave the communist island, federal prosecutors said.
Gov. Haley Heads To Washington To Discuss Guantanamo ClosureGov. Nikki Haley is headed to Washington later this week to talk about concerns over a possible transfer of Guantanamo detainees to places like South Carolina.
Archbishop Of Havana Steps DownThe Catholic archbishop who was instrumental in the warming of relations between the U.S. and Cuba has stepped down.
Carnival's Fathom Cruise To Cuba Set To Make A DifferenceA week away from the first scheduled cruise to Cuba, Carnival Corporation's Fathom Adonia pulled back into port following its weekly voyage to the Dominican Republic.
Cuba Changes Course, Will Allow Native Born On Cruises To IslandGet ready to set sail to Cuba, no matter where you were born. Cuban media is reporting that Cuban-Americans born in Cuba will be allowed on Carnival's cruises to the island beginning April 26th, according to CNN.
Cuban Exiles To Judge: Don't Let Carnival DiscriminateTwo Cuban-Americans have asked a Miami federal judge to guarantee they will not suffer discrimination on upcoming Carnival Corp. cruises to Cuba.
Renowned Cuban Pro-Reform Economist Fired As Chill Sets In One of Cuba's most renowned advocates for economic reform is out of a job for allegedly sharing information with Americans without authorization, among other violations.
Cubans Fleeing In High Numbers Despite New Diplomatic TiesWhile more than 50 years of bad blood between the United States and Cuba is slowly vanishing, the renewed relationship is raising concerns among some on the communist island nation that the U.S. could also erase a unique immigration policy that favors Cubans.
Raul Castro Remains Head Of Cuban Communist PartyCuban leader Raul Castro will remain head of the Communist Party for another five years.
Carnival Opens Cuba Cruise Bookings To EveryoneAfter it received critical public backlash, Carnival Corporation has announced that they will now open their bookings on cruises to Cuba to everyone.
Raul Castro Presents Grim Outlook On Cuban ReformCuban leader Raul Castro delivered a grim report on the state of the country on Saturday, saying that the communist bureaucracy had failed to implement most of the hundreds of changes the ruling party launched five years ago to stimulate the stagnant centrally controlled economy.
Marco Rubio To Speak At Bay Of Pigs Invasion AnniversarySen. Marco Rubio is set to honor the 1,500 veterans of the 55th anniversary of the failed Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba at an event in Miami.