Historic Race To Havana Takes Off From Miami Dozens of racing yachts will take to the sea Wednesday in a historic race from Miami to Havana.
Migration & Fraud An Issue For US, Cuban Officials U.S. and Cuban officials met this week to talk about how to prevent human smuggling and fraud.
Obama Administration Loosens Cuba Embargo With New MeasuresThe Obama administration has yet again loosened the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba.
Miami-Dade School Board Preps For Influx Of Cuban RefugeesThe Miami-Dade School Board is bracing for what could be an overwhelming problem. During Wednesday's meeting they will discuss Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's proposal that the school district join with the county's congressional delegation in "calling on the federal government to provide resources, logistics, and funding necessary to address the pending influx of Cuban refugees."
Obama: 'Lift The Embargo On Cuba'President Barack Obama spelled out what he wants to happen in Cuba during his last State of The Union address.
Historic Civil Aviation Agreement Will Impact Local Airports, Businesses, TravelersThe State Department announced it has agreed to a deal with the Cuban government to allow commercial airlines to fly regularly between the two nations.
What Has & Hasn’t Changed Since Diplomatic Ties With Cuba ReopenedOne year since President Barack Obama announced the two governments would work with each other again, U.S. business interests have improved on the island with telecommunications companies establishing networks in Cuba.
Debit Card Now Available For U.S. Travelers To CubaA Pompano Beach-based bank has announced that for the first time ever, American travelers will be able to use a debit card within Cuba.
Miami Hearing Shines Light On Human Rights In Cuba, VenezuelaU.S. officials traveled to Miami to take up human rights issues in Cuba and Venezuela.
State Dept.: Obama Could Ease Cuban Embargo Without Human Rights DemandsOfficials say the United States might take more steps to ease the embargo against Cuba.
U.N. Condemns Controversial Cuban EmbargoAmid renewed relations between Cuba and the United States, the United Nations has voted on a controversial topic between the two.
U.S. Sec. Of Commerce Talks Embargo In CubaThe U.S. Secretary of Commerce is in Cuba with the main topic on the table being the embargo.
Cuba: No Normalization Without Lifting Of Embargo President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro met Tuesday face to face to talk about relations between the two nations.
Priest Says Too Soon To Tell Pope’s Impact On CubaOne of Pope Francis’ main objectives when he visited Cuba was to create more space for the Catholic Church on the communist island country. Did he do it? One local priest says it is too soon to tell.
Some Cubans Think The Pope Should Speak Louder About Human RightsAt least twice on Monday the Pope discretely called attention to religious persecution in Cuba.