Monday marks a major step in the effort to normalize relations with the Cuban government, and South Florida is reacting to the historic change.
With the United States and Cuba inching closer to fully restoring diplomatic ties, including re-opening embassies for the first time in 54 years, the future is murky for tens of thousands of Cuban immigrants who have been ordered by immigration authorities to leave the country.
Raul Castro and Pope Francis met at the Vatican Sunday. It’s a meeting that has people talking from Cuba to South Florida.
House Republicans unveiled legislation to sharply curb the Obama administration’s recent moves to ease restrictions on travel to Cuba.
U.S. and Cuba are set to talk about two of America’s most wanted fugitives now that Cuba has been taken off the state sponsors of terrorism list, the State Department announced Wednesday.
The Florida House voted Wednesday to send President Obama a message that it is against his decision to renew diplomatic relations with Cuba.
In a rare public appearance, Cuban leader Fidel Castro reportedly met with 30 Venezuelans at a school in Havana this week.
Dozens of children and families are visiting a Miami-Dade camp that was part of the historic Pedro Pan operation involving the emigration thousands of Cuban children.
The state’s Republican lawmakers want to send President Barack Obama a three-page message expressing “profound disagreement” of his effort to restore diplomatic ties with Cuba.
New pictures of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro have been released.