Cuban Dissident Visits Florida, Says Repression ContinuesA well-known Cuban dissident and U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient is in town.
First U.S. Hotel Opens In Cuba Since 1959 RevolutionA US hotel has opened its doors in Cuba for the first time since the Cuban Revolution swept Fidel Castro into power in 1959 - a milestone in a country that once rejected all things from the United States.
Shaq Visits Cuba On Friendly Outreach MissionBasketball legend Shaquille O'Neal touched down in Cuba as an official emissary of the United States in an effort to strengthen ties between the two nations.
Nespresso To Be First To Bring Cuban Coffee Back To U.S.Nespresso is bringing back Cuban coffee to the U.S. for the first time in 50 years.
American Air Now Selling Tickets For Flights To CubaTickets have gone on sale at American Airlines for flights to five Cuban cities beginning this fall.
DISH TV Launches New Cuban Channel In The U.S.The improving relations between the United States and Cuba are making their way to the television airwaves.
Florida Bank To Issue Credit Cards For Use In CubaPompano Beach-based Stonegate Bankwill will issue the first U.S. credit card intended for use in Cuba.
US Airlines Chosen For Scheduled Flights To CubaU.S. Airlines will now be able to start the first scheduled flights to Cuba in more than five decades.
Feds Approve Scheduled Air Service To CubaMiami and Ft. Lauderdale have been selected as two of the five cities that will have new scheduled flights to Cuba beginning as early as this fall.
Fight Over Rights To Havana Club Rum EscalatesA 20-year fight to secure the rights to sell Havana Club rum in the U.S. when the Cuban embargo finally ends has escalated.
No Decision In Case Of Keys Lighthouse Cuban MigrantsThe judge hearing the case for the Cuban migrants who reached a lighthouse in the Keys said he needs two to three more weeks to make a final decision.
Prisoner Tells Of 'Mental Torture' In Secret Guantanamo Camp A prisoner held at Guantanamo Bay prison told a judge he and others were subjected to “mental torture.”

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