Elian Gonzalez

This photograph released 16 April 2001 by Columbia University in New York and taken by Alan Diaz of the Associated Press, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography. The photo shows Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez and Donato Dalrymple (R) in a bedroom closet as federal agents enter the Miami home of Elian's relatives and was taken 22 April 2000.  (Photo credit: ALAN DIAZ/AFP/Getty Images)

15 Years After The Elian Gonzalez Federal Raid

It was 15 years ago when the battle over Elian Gonzalez set off an international custody battle–and South Florida was smack in the middle of it.

04/22/2015

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Protesters: ‘It’s Not The Time’ For More Cuba Ties

Anti-Castro protesters took to the streets of Miami on Saturday to voice their resistance to the president’s plan to normalize relations with Cuba.

12/20/2014

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Raul Castro Says Detente Won’t Change Cuban System

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.

12/20/2014

Protesters show up to a cafeteria in Little Havana to express discontent with the Obama Administrations' move to improve relations with Cuba following the release of Alan Gross. (Source: CBS4)

U.S. Cubans Split Over Change In U.S. Policy

News of American contractor Alan Gross’ release and the administration’s change to U.S. policy toward Cuba has swept through the streets of Little Havana.

12/17/2014

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US Wins Big With Release Of Blue Chip Spy Held In Cuba

Alan Gross wasn’t the only American returned during Wednesday’s historic prisoner swap with the Cuban government. An unidentified spy, with massive intelligence information at the highest levels of the Cuban government, was also exchanged.

12/17/2014

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A Look At The ‘Cuban Five’ Agents Jailed In US

The “Cuban Five,” three of which were released Wednesday, refers to intelligence agents whose so-called “Wasp Network” operated in Florida in the 1990s.

12/17/2014

One of the winning images from Farrell's 2009 submission for the Pulitzer Prize. Hurricane Ike had devastated a Haitian village. The father told Farrell she was asleep during the storm when flood waters ravaged his home, sweeping her away.

I remember seeing this photo in the Miami Herald. The shot caused our newsroom and the community to respond. (Courtesy: David Sutta)

Pulitzer Prize Winning Photos Arrive In Miami

It was 2008 in the peak of hurricane season, when the fourth storm to hit Haiti in month delivered a devastating blow.

02/13/2014

Elian Gonzalez (R), on June 30, 2010 is seen in a church of Havana, during the celebration of 10th Anniversary of his return from Miami.   (Photo credit: ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images) (Photo credit: ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

Elian Gonzalez: “I Haven’t Had Any Long-Lasting Psychological Trauma”

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.

12/10/2013

Elian Gonzalez (R), on June 30, 2010 is seen in a church of Havana, during the celebration of 10th Anniversary of his return from Miami.   (Photo credit: ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images) (Photo credit: ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

Elian Gonzalez Makes First Trip Abroad Since 2000

Elian Gonzalez the Cuban boy who survived a boat sinking during his journey to South Florida but was later taken at gunpoint by US agents from Miami relatives, took his first trip overseas since being reunited with his father in Cuba back in 2000.

12/09/2013

BOSTON, MA - APRIL 15:  A man is loaded into an ambulance after he was injured by one of two bombs exploded during the 117th Boston Marathon near Copley Square on April 15, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts. Two people are confirmed dead and at least 23 injured after two explosions went off near the finish line to the marathon.  (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Mid-April Linked With National Tragedy

The deadly attacks in Boston Monday left a city and a nation searching for answers. But it has also drawn attention to an odd historical phenomenon that happens around this time of April.

CBS Miami–04/16/2013

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