Expedia Will Pay $325,000 To Settle Cuba Travel AllegationsThe online travel company Expedia will pay $325,000 to settle federal government allegations that it appears to have violated US sanctions against Cuba by improperly helping people travel on the island or between the island and places other than the US.
One Of The Last US Cruise Ships To Visit Cuba Returns To MiamiA cruise ship returned to Port Miami on Friday, one one of the last to be able to visit Cuba before the Trump administration implemented new restrictions for Americans traveling to the country.
Here Is What You Need To Know About The New Cuba Travel RestrictionsGoing to the island nation just 90 miles away from Miami just got more difficult for American citizens, not to mention confusing.
Cuba Restrictions Hit Cruise Lines At The Start Of SummerThe Trump administration's new restrictions on travel to Cuba will hit hardest at the cruise industry, taking away a new and increasingly popular destination at the start of the critical summer vacation season.
Trump Administration Imposes New Cuba Travel RestrictionsThe US announced major new travel restrictions Tuesday on US citizens planning to visit the island of Cuba.
Private Wi-Fi In Cuba Is Now LegalSurfing the web is about to get a bit easier in Cuba.
Miami Family Suing Cuban Government, Spanish Hotel Chain Over Business Confiscated By Castro Regime In 1960'sA groundbreaking class action lawsuit has been filed against the Cuban government.
Burgeoning Numbers Of Cubans Trying To Enter US Via MexicoBurgeoning numbers of Cubans are trying to get into the U.S. by way of the Mexican border, creating a big backlog of people waiting on the Mexican side for months for their chance to apply for asylum.
Cuba Announces Rationing Of Food And Hygiene Products Amid US SanctionsThe Trump Administration is being blamed for new food rations in Cuba.
Americans Who Had Property Seized In Cuba Can Now Sue Cuba's Business PartnersTwo American owners of confiscated property in Cuba are among the first to file lawsuits against European and American companies doing business on their former properties.
Guantanamo Commander, US Navy Rear Admiral John Ring, Relieved Of DutyUS Navy Rear Admiral John Ring, the commander at Joint Task Force - Guantanamo, has been relieved of duty.
The Amparo Experience Is An Interactive Play Designed To Transform You To 1950's CubaThe Amparo Experience first begins from the outside as guests enter a home in downtown Miami.
John Bolton In Miami Announces Details On New Crackdown On Cuba, Nicaragua and VenezuelaSecretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Wednesday that the U.S. will allow lawsuits against foreign firms operating on property in Cuba seized from Americans. It is a major policy shift that has angered European and other allies.
Trump To Allow Suits Over Seizures Of US Properties In CubaPresident Donald Trump is poised to allow lawsuits against foreign companies that have benefited from Cuba's seizure of American companies after the 1959 revolution, a senior administration official said Tuesday.
US To Allow Lawsuits Against Cuban Entities In Federal CourtsUS claimants can begin bringing suits against Cuban entities in US federal courts beginning on March 19, according to a senior State Department official.