U.S. State Department
Wednesday’s historic announcement on U.S. and Cuba relations opened the door to more than just diplomacy.
A top al-Qaida operative who was indicted in the U.S. for his alleged involvement in a plot to bomb New York’s subway system and who has ties to South Florida was reportedly been killed by Pakistani soldiers.
A Florida teen who was allegedly beaten by Israeli authorities then placed on house arrest arrived in Tampa Wednesday.
It has been nearly one month since six U.S. men were detained in Honduras for allegedly violating weapons laws by failing to declare a gun.
Honduras extradited a suspected drug trafficker to Miami for the first time, according to the U.S. State Department.
An American man imprisoned in Cuba for more than four years is on a hunger strike, according to a statement released by his lawyer on Tuesday.
At 67, Cuban taxi driver Benito Perez had never been on a plane. For years, friends in Miami had invited him to visit, but he couldn’t afford to pay for the flight and didn’t want to burden his friends. The process of getting an exit permit from Cuban authorities and permission from the U.S. government also seemed daunting.
Since Miami is considered a hub for Latin American and Caribbean travel and trade, a top U.S. State Department official is in town to sign an agreement with Miami port of officials on security related issues in the Caribbean region.
The United States State Department issued a rare worldwide travel alert to U.S. citizen about a potential terrorist attack, “particularly in the Middle East and North Africa.”
With one shot, a 25-year old Texas law student killed two things: the notion that 3D technology is only used by professionals and any chance of the gun debate going away.