Body Of Missing U.S. Businessman Found Under Home In EcuadorAuthorities in Ecuador say they've found the body of a missing U.S. businessman buried beneath a house.
Rules Changing On Cuban Rum, Cigars, Drugs & MoreMore historic changes are coming to U.S./Cuba relations. On Friday, the U.S. Department of Treasury and the Department of Commerce announced further amendments to the country's Cuba sanction regulations.
Lawmaker Calls For End To 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot'The Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966, also known as the "wet foot, dry foot" policy, could come to an end if a Miami Republican gets his way.
U.S., Cuba To Hold Claims Talks In HavanaDelegates with the United States and Cuba are set to meet Tuesday in their first government to government claims discussion.
Raul Castro Announces His Retirement DateWe now know the exact date Cuban President Raul Castro plans to step down.
Kia Recalls 377,000 SUVs To Fix Shift Lever ProblemAutomaker Kia is recalling more than 377,000 Sorento SUVs throughout the U.S. due to an issue with the transmission that violates safety laws.
On Eve Of Papal Visit, South Florida Pilgrims Land In CubaOn the eve on Pope Francis’ historic visit to Cuba, South Florida pilgrims were piling into the island country.
New Gen. Cuban-American Headed To Cuba To Reconnect During Pope TripFriday morning, a delegation from the Archdiocese of Miami will leave for Cuba. In the group will be a local Cuban American making a special trip to the island with his mother, who will reconnect with her roots as Pope Francis brings a message of hope.
US, Cuba To Resume Mail Service This Year; Other Steps NearThe United States and Cuba should be able to transform their new diplomatic relationship into a deeper commercial partnership before the end of the year, with direct postal service to begin and an agreement on regularly scheduled commercial flights between the two countries, an American official said.
Prince Harry To Visit The US, South Africa & LesothoBritain's Prince Harry will visit the U.S. in the fall to promote the Invictus Games, the sporting event for wounded, injured and sick service personnel.
US, Cuba Researchers Collaborate On Ghost Orchid StudyU.S. officials say the diplomatic thaw with Cuba has led to a new collaboration with the island’s scientists to study the ghost orchid—one of the world’s rarest flowers.
U.S., Cuba Restore Full Diplomatic RelationsAt the stroke of midnight, full diplomatic relations were restored between the United States and Cuba. The new era began with little fanfare, the diplomatic missions of each country were upgraded from interests sections to embassies.