One Year After Fidel Castro's DeathIt was one year ago that former Cuban leader Fidel Castro died. His death sparked celebrations in the streets of Little Havana and days of mourning in Cuba but what has changed, if anything, since then?
Facing South Florida: Trump To Announce Cuba Policy ChangePresident Trump is expected to be in South Florida next week to announce a new Cuba policy.
Raul Castro's Daughter: His Successor Might Surprise CubansThe country could be surprised by the person who succeeds Cuban leader Raul Castro, or so his daughter says.
Florida's Governor Urges Raul Castro To Bring Change To Cuba Florida Governor Rick Scott sent a letter to Cuba's president urging him to bring freedom and democracy to the island.
Raúl Castro: Out Of the Shadow Of His Big BrotherFor decades Raul Castro worked in the shadows, eclipsed by his charismatic and ruthless older brother, Fidel. But in those shadows Raul helped shape and run the Cuba that Fidel built.
The Early Life Of Fidel CastroTo understand how Fidel Castro became the man that he did, it helps to look back on his childhood.
Fidel Castro's Children Both Supported & Opposed Cuban LeaderMuch like the people of Cuba, Fidel Castro’s own children range from worshipping him to wanting nothing to do with him. His family also stretches all the way to the halls of the United States Congress.
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.
Former Cuban Leader Fidel Castro Dead At 90 Fidel Castro’s revolution was fought in the mountains of eastern Cuba, and ended six years later when U.S.-backed dictator Fulgencio Batista fled the island.
Top Cuba Diplomat: Obama Trip Positive, Created MomentumCuba's top diplomat on U.S. affairs says President Barack Obama's trip to Cuba advanced the normalization of relations between the Cold War foes and created momentum for more cooperation on agriculture, medicine and law enforcement.
Archbishop Of Havana Steps DownThe Catholic archbishop who was instrumental in the warming of relations between the U.S. and Cuba has stepped down.
Renowned Cuban Pro-Reform Economist Fired As Chill Sets In One of Cuba's most renowned advocates for economic reform is out of a job for allegedly sharing information with Americans without authorization, among other violations.