In Little Havana Tuesday there was grief and anger at a rally and march on the 19th anniversary of the shoot down of two Brothers to The Rescue airplanes over international waters by Cuban jet fighters.
The new CEO of the world’s third largest cruise line dreams of sailing to Cuba.
Three men convicted of spying in the United States and returned to Cuba as part of an agreement, stood in front of members of the Cuban parliament and received a standing ovation on Saturday.
Three prominent local leaders spoke out against the United States’ new policy on Cuba, just one day after the president’s announcement of the change.
Minutes before he died on September 16, Roy Blanco’s last words were, “What did I do?”
An iconic restaurant in the heart of Pinecrest will be closing its doors on Saturday.
The Cuban refugee rafter crisis was paramount two decades ago but now it seems the numbers are starting to increase once again.
Nine Cuban men who came ashore on Key Biscayne on a metal boat Tuesday opened up about the despair they faced when their motor ran out of gas.
Groups that provide refugee services across the United States expressed relief Thursday after the federal government announced the release of $71.5 million it had reprogrammed in June to deal with the thousands of unaccompanied minors who crossed the border this year.
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.