For the first time since rumors surfaced last week that Fidel Castro’s health had taken a turn for the worse and he was near death, the former Cuban leader has appeared in public.
There are new reports that Fidel Castro’s health is failing. According to a Venezuela doctor, the former Cuban leader has suffered a serious “embolic” stroke.
In the wake of rumors about his failing health, the Cuban government-run newspaper Granma has published a letter by former leader Fidel Castro.
Cuba will scrap broad travel restrictions starting in January, easing most Cubans’ exit and return, state media said on Tuesday in the communist island’s first major immigration reform in half a century.
Just hours after Cuba’s best-known blogger was arrested, Yoani Sanchez was released. The Cuban government’s goal? Stop Sanchez from causing “a media show to harm the proper conduct” of the trial involving Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan courted Cuban-Americans in Little Havana on Saturday morning.
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro turns 86 years old Monday, out of the public eye.
Fidel Castro has issued a lot of orders in his time as Cuban leader and now, retired dictator, but did he really tell a California man to hijack a helicopter for him? That’s the claim made to deputies following an attempted hijacking in Yuba, California.
Ozzie Guillen made a victorious return to the dugout Tuesday night, when pitchers Josh Johnson and Heath Bell snapped out of early-season slumps to help the Miami Marlins beat the Chicago Cubs 5-2.
The reeling Miami Marlins faced the Houston Astros in Marlins Park for the first time since manager Ozzie Guillen was suspended for his comments on Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.