Justice Dept. Considers Charges Against Wikileaks, Julian Assange The Justice Department is considering charges against Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange.
US/Cuba Interior Ministry Sign Law Enforcement Deal Despite objections by Republicans who feel that the U.S. should limit its dealings with the regime of Cuban leader Raul Castro, the Obama administration and Cuba's Interior Ministry have agreed to share information on international criminal activity such as terrorism, human trafficking and money laundering.
U.S., Cuba Take On Unsettled Claims While In HavanaDelegates with the U.S. and Cuba are meeting Thursday to take up a contentious topic - unsettled claims.
First U.S. Hotel Opens In Cuba Since 1959 RevolutionA US hotel has opened its doors in Cuba for the first time since the Cuban Revolution swept Fidel Castro into power in 1959 - a milestone in a country that once rejected all things from the United States.
Border Agents Cancel Meeting With Trump And He’s Not HappyRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump's visit to the U.S.-Mexico border promises new challenges for the GOP's years-in-the-making push to attract Hispanic voters.
Floridians Urged To Avoid Leprosy-Infected ArmadillosCases of leprosy, a long-lasting infection caused by bacteria, are up in Florida—and experts are saying armadillos are to blame.
Auto Safety Agency Chief In Miami On Air Bag TourNational Highway Traffic Safety Administrator Mark Rosekind was in Miami Wednesday on a tour dealing with defective air bags.
Carli Lloyd Makes History, USWNT Wins World CupThe U.S. women’s national team ended a 16-year drought by beating the Japanese 5-2 in Sunday’s World Cup final.

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