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.
Rubio Slams Obama's Outreach To Iran & CubaRepublican Presidential hopeful Marco Rubio slammed President Barack Obama's handling of Cuba and Iran.
Florida Lawmakers In "Profound Disagreement" Of Obama's Cuba PolicyThe state’s Republican lawmakers want to send President Barack Obama a three-page message expressing “profound disagreement” of his effort to restore diplomatic ties with Cuba.
US: Cuba Completes Release Of 53 Political PrisonersAs part of December’s history-making deal between the United States and Cuba, 53 political prisoners were released, the Obama administration said Monday.
U.S. Products Could Soon Help Feed Cuban PeopleAs the U.S.-Cuba policy changes, some groups are looking to expand into the country and provide needed goods and services.
Number Of Cubans Fleeing To U.S. Is Increasing The Cuban refugee rafter crisis was paramount two decades ago but now it seems the numbers are starting to increase once again.
Number Of U.S. Visitors To Cuba Continues RiseNew numbers released Monday show the number of U.S. visitors to Cuba continues to rise despite a more than five-decade long embargo that is still in place.
Challenges Emerge Following "Cuban Twitter"New challenges are likely to emerge following the revelation that a U.S. government-funded program set up a cellphone-based social network in Cuba.
Cubans Dislike Government Change On Car Buying Rules For more than half a century, Cubans on the island have kept old American cars in running condition. But now, the Cuban government is hoping to get other vehicles on the road by relaxing restrictions on car sales.
Wednesday Marks 55 Years Of Castro's Rule In CubaWhile January 1 is a day of celebration for many, for exiled Cubans, it’s a somber anniversary of the communist revolution on the Caribbean island.
Convicted Cuban Spy Renounces U.S. Citizenship, Will Stay In CubaUnlike thousands of Cubans who visit the U.S, Interests Section in Havana hoping to leave the island, Rene Gonzalez showed up to the U.S. diplomatic mission Monday accompanied by his attorney to renounce his U.S. citizenship so he can stay in Cuba permanently
Report: Raul Castro Talks RetirementThe island nation of Cuba may be without a Castro for the first time in decades soon after Cuban President Raul Castro unexpectedly mentioned in a speech Friday that he is old and has a right to retire.
Controversial Travel Company Goes Up In FlamesA Coral Gables based travel company went up in flames Friday morning and the incident has brought out the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms to look into exactly what happened.
Cuba: US Man Held For 2 Years Was 'Undercover,’ Violating LawIt has been two years since an American man was in held prison in communist Cuba, and Cuban officials say Alan Gross conducted "undercover activities" and was part of a program aimed at "disrupting the constitutional order in Cuba."
Miami Mass Held For Cuban Founder Of Ladies In WhiteA mass will be held in Miami for Laura Pollan, the founder of Cuba's Ladies In White. Pollan died Friday after she was hospitalized on Oct. 7 for acute respiratory problems.