A day following President Barack Obama’s Cuba history-making policy change, people from around the world–of different opinions–gathered again at Café Versailles in Little Havana.
News of American contractor Alan Gross’ release and the administration’s change to U.S. policy toward Cuba has swept through the streets of Little Havana.
Alan Gross wasn’t the only American returned during Wednesday’s historic prisoner swap with the Cuban government. An unidentified spy, with massive intelligence information at the highest levels of the Cuban government, was also exchanged.
Cuba was once a haven for sun-seeking American tourists. Beautiful beaches, lively casinos and late-night dancing made it the perfect getaway, only an hour’s flight from Miami.
The “Cuban Five,” three of which were released Wednesday, refers to intelligence agents whose so-called “Wasp Network” operated in Florida in the 1990s.
Singer Al Green, Actor and Filmmaker Tom Hanks, Ballerina Patricia McBride, Singer-Songwriter Sting and Comedienne Lily Tomlin Are the Honorees for the 37th Anniversary of This Acclaimed Annual Special
President Barack Obama moves forward with his executive action to extend protection to about 5 million individuals in the country illegally. Jim focuses on what it all means in a discussion with Cheryl Little, the executive director of Americans for Immigration Justice.
For months, Republican congressional candidate Carlos Curbelo refused to release a list of clients he has represented over the years through his public relations and lobbying firm, Capitol Gains.
Each year and estimated 1.5 million people are victims of medical identify theft, which equates to $50 billion lost from Medicare annually due to fraud. Rep. Lois Frankel has unveiled the Fighting Medicare Fraud Act of 2014 as way to combat this issue.
President Barack Obama is in Tampa to meet with military officials about U.S. counterterrorism measures against Islamic State militants. He’ll also meet with scientists to discuss the Ebola outbreak in northern Africa.