The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it will not take up Florida cases dealing with a ban on Cuban travel.
A group of Cuban dissidents that had barricaded themselves inside a Havana church to demand an audience with Pope Benedict XVI have been removed by Cuban authorities, according to the BBC.
Police are looking for two men who they said are involved in the shooting death of a man who was on his way to work, and the shooting was over $1.25.
Cuban leader Raul Castro has announced a new credit system that is set to offer loans to small-business owners, independent farmers, and other citizens.
Cuban residents are in for quite a show if a small, Miami-based Cuban exile group pulls off a planned fireworks show in an effort to draw attention to the island’s dissident community.
Less than two years after the BP oil spill left the Gulf Coast reeling, a new semi-submersible oil rig is set to begin drilling in the Florida Straits around mid-December.
An earthquake rocked Jamaica and Cuba Thursday just after 4 a.m.
Embattled South Florida freshman U.S. Rep. David Rivera is calling for an overhaul of the Cuban Adjustment Act, the decades-old law that grants most Cubans U.S. residency a year after they arrive.
Cuban musician Pablo Milanes is coming to Miami in August. The singer said he chose to play in Miami because it is home to so many Cubans and Latin Americans.
Former presidential candidate George McGovern said Thursday that he will board a plane Friday bound for Cuba. McGovern, 88, will be visiting Fidel Castro for the first time in almost 17 years.