Less than 48 hours after he finally returned to U.S. soil, a former Black Panther who hijacked a Miami-bound plane almost 30 years ago made his first federal court appearance Thursday.
Hilda Caballero Diaz-Balart, the mother of Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart and former Congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart, passed away at her Miami home on Wednesday at the age of 88.
With Cuban Independence Day just around the corner, a frequent Cuban hunger strike traveled to Miami for the holiday.
A federal judge will allow a convicted Cuban spy to permanently stay in the Caribbean island nation in exchange for renouncing his U.S. citizenship.
The Pac-12 Conference is in turmoil Tuesday after a CBSSports.com report alleged that Pac-12 head of officiating Ed Rush offered a bounty to referees who either gave a technical foul or ejected Arizona Wildcats head coach Sean Miller from a Pac-12 Tournament game.
While Florida still hasn’t finished counting all the ballots from Tuesday’s election, the exit polling from Tuesday’s presidential election is suggesting a major shift in the voting pattern of the Hispanic vote in Florida.
A Spanish man held in Cuba went on trial Friday in connection with a car crash in which prominent dissident Oswaldo Paya was killed, and several government opponents, including dissident Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez, were detained in the eastern city where the proceedings were taking place.
Immigration experts estimate nearly 70,000 South Floridians qualify for the President’s Deferred Action plan, allowing illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children to work and study for two years.
Ofelia Acevedo, widow of Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya, told CBS News in Havana that she wants to speak directly to the survivors of the car crash that killed her husband.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it will not take up Florida cases dealing with a ban on Cuban travel.