Immigration officials apologized to a U.S. Army veteran who discovered he was not a U.S. citizen.
Cuban officials gave U.S. diplomats information about four Florida residents, arrested for allegedly preparing attacks against military installations on the island.
New challenges are likely to emerge following the revelation that a U.S. government-funded program set up a cellphone-based social network in Cuba.
As the deadline nears for Cuba to find a new bank for its diplomatic accounts in the U.S, travel agencies which offer flights to the island are rushing to get passport and visa applications in.
While January 1 is a day of celebration for many, for exiled Cubans, it’s a somber anniversary of the communist revolution on the Caribbean island.
Like many Cuban baseball stars, outfielder Leonys Martin dreamed of leaving the communist island for the bright lights and big money of Major League Baseball. Martin accomplished his goal in 2011 when he signed with the Texas Rangers, but not before what court documents and the Justice Department describe as a harrowing ordeal in which he was held for ransom in Mexico while his family members were kept under surveillance in South Florida.
In his first trip outside of Cuba since 2000, Elian Gonzalez denounced the U.S. embargo against Cuba at a youth conference in Quito, Ecuador.
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.