Trek To Castro's Final Resting Spot Traces Revolution's PastFidel Castro's band of bearded rebels won power in 1959 and embarked on a victory tour from the eastern Cuban city of Santiago to Havana. On Wednesday, his ashes will make that same journey in a procession to his final resting spot.
Cubans Crowd Havana's Revolution Plaza, Mourning Fidel Castro Cubans are observing nine days of mourning following the death of former dictator Fidel Castro.
Havana Spruces Up For Tributes To Late Leader Fidel CastroThe atmosphere in Havana, Cuba is quite different than it has been in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood.
Fidel Castro Grew Up Surrounded By SiblingsFidel Castro grew up surrounded by siblings, some from his parents and some from his father's first marriage. And just like many other Cubans, some members of Castro's family fled after the revolution and settled in South Florida.
Cuba Quietly Opens Store Specializing In Bulk ProductsCuba has quietly opened a first-of-its-kind store specializing in bulk products.
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.