Cuban-American groups have called for others to join in their protest Saturday against President Barack Obama’s plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
Hours before President Barack Obama announced an end to a half-century of U.S. efforts to isolate Cuba’s communist government, the Cuban American National Foundation opened the doors to its inviting new headquarters, with a modern glass and concrete lobby in the heart of Miami’s Cuban exile community.
Wednesday’s historic announcement on U.S. and Cuba relations opened the door to more than just diplomacy.
Anyone who thinks Cuban-Americans think alike on Cuba hasn’t taken a close look at the community lately, poet Richard Blanco says.
A day after the U.S. announced policy changes with Cuba , President Barack Obama’s move has sparked debate over the fate of the island nation.
A Miami-Dade County school board member is giving Democratic Congressman Joe Garcia a run for his money.
At the Dollarazo discount store in Miami, a row of red-wine colored pants, shorts and jumpers offers a regular customer favorite — near exact copies of the Cuban school uniform.
A poll by Florida International University shows shifting attitudes among Cuban Americans when asked about U.S. policy toward Cuba.
Second generation Cuban-Americans in Miami-Dade and newer arrivals from the island nation have shifted the view on ending the embargo and resuming diplomatic relations.
Scott’s latest bid to redo his image came Monday when Florida joined more than three dozen other states in the nation that offer in-state tuition rates to high school students living in the country illegally.