Jim and his guests discuss and analyze the recent poll results of Cubans living in Cuba done by Bendixen and Amandi International. Polling is illegal in Cuba, so the fact that this poll was able to be conducted in the first place is a feat onto itself. That aside, the results are eye-opening.
President Barack Obama is expected to meet with Cuban leader Raul Castro in Panama.
This summer Orlando will be the third Florida city to offer charter flights to Cuba. Officials at Orlando International Airport said Island Travel and Tours will begin nonstop flights to Cuba in July.
The State Department is expected to recommend Cuba be removed from the state sponsors of terrorism list, according to CNN.
For the first time in the Summit of the Americas seven history, a delegation from Cuba will join the leaders of the America nation states in Panama City for the event.
The National Basketball Association continues to be one of the most progressive sports leagues in recent history.
In a rare public appearance, Cuban leader Fidel Castro reportedly met with 30 Venezuelans at a school in Havana this week.
While Cuban-Americans strong oppose the Castro regime a new poll from a Miami-based firm suggests that opposition to President Obama’s initiative to open new ties with the Communist country is softening.
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The Miami Marlins were one of the handful of teams in the mix for the latest great Cuban ballplayer to make the move to the majors.