Florida Bank To Issue Credit Cards For Use In CubaPompano Beach-based Stonegate Bankwill will issue the first U.S. credit card intended for use in Cuba.
Feds Approve Scheduled Air Service To CubaMiami and Ft. Lauderdale have been selected as two of the five cities that will have new scheduled flights to Cuba beginning as early as this fall.
Fight Over Rights To Havana Club Rum EscalatesA 20-year fight to secure the rights to sell Havana Club rum in the U.S. when the Cuban embargo finally ends has escalated.
U.S., Cuba Check In On Status Of Normalized RelationsCuban and U.S. officials will meet in Havana Monday to discuss the ongoing normalization of relations between both countries.
Birds Pulled From Fanny Pack At Miami Int'l AirportCustoms officials pulled six birds out of a traveler's fanny pack at Miami International Airport (MIA).
Can Cuba Handle Big Boom Of American Tourism?President Obama called on Congress this week to lift the decades-old trade embargo on Cuba. U.S.-Cuban relations have thawed and tourism has increased, but it's still unclear when Americans will be able to travel freely to the nation that was historically off limits, reports CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.
State Dept.: 1 Year Later U.S., Cuba Relations Have "Come A Long Way"It's been a year since President Barack Obama announced the United States and Cuba planned to normalize relations.
U.S., Cuba To Hold Claims Talks In HavanaDelegates with the United States and Cuba are set to meet Tuesday in their first government to government claims discussion.
Renowned Cuban Artist Finds It Easier To Help Amid Renewed RelationsRenowned Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa, exhibiting his work at Art Basel Miami Beach, is helping artists in his native island as the world keeps an eye on its relations with the United States.
Debit Card Now Available For U.S. Travelers To CubaA Pompano Beach-based bank has announced that for the first time ever, American travelers will be able to use a debit card within Cuba.
State Dept.: Obama Could Ease Cuban Embargo Without Human Rights DemandsOfficials say the United States might take more steps to ease the embargo against Cuba.
U.S. Sec. Of Commerce Talks Embargo In CubaThe U.S. Secretary of Commerce is in Cuba with the main topic on the table being the embargo.