U.S. Tightens Restrictions On Cuba Travel, Business & TradeAmericans traveling to or doing business with Cuba will face new restrictions starting Thursday.
Cuba Denies Sonic Attacks, Says U.S. Lacks EvidenceThe Cuban government is defending itself against allegations of sonic attacks on American diplomats.
Private Citizens Say They Have Health Symptoms After Visiting CubaPrivate citizens are complaining they experienced symptoms similar to those suffered by U.S. diplomats targeted in sonic attacks in Havana, Cuba. 
Spirit Airlines Discontinuing Service To CubaAnother low-cost carrier is pulling out of Cuba citing high costs.
American Air Opens First Ticketing Office In Havana Amid veiled threats from President Trump that he would roll back the normalization process with Cuba that began under the Obama administration, American Airlines has taken a big step and opened its first ticketing office on the island.
Demand For Travel To Cuba May Be FlatteningDemand for travel to Cuba may be leveling off with soaring hotel prices on the island, American and uncertainty over whether new travel restrictions could be imposed when Donald Trump takes office.
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.

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