Explosion At Havana Hotel, Death Toll Rises To 40The death toll has risen to at least 40 after more bodies were pulled from the ruins of a luxury hotel in Cuba's capital on Monday.
Havana Hotel Death Toll At 35, Dogs Continue To SearchThe death toll continues to rise after a powerful explosion ripped through a luxury hotel in Cuba's capital.
Trump Administration Bans US Flights To All Cuban Cities But HavanaAll U.S. flights to all Cuban cities but Havana will be banned starting in December, the Trump administration announced on Friday.
Tornado In Cuba Kills 3, Injures 172A tornado that hit the Cuban capital, Havana, Sunday night has left three people dead and 172 injured.
Cuba's LGBT Community Stage Parade In HavanaThousands of members of Cuba's LGBT community staged a colorful parade through the streets of Havana on Saturday against homophobia and to call for equal rights for the community.
US Embassy In Cuba To Have Reduced Staff PermanentlyThe State Department announced Friday it will continue to staff its embassy in Havana, Cuba, at the minimum level required to perform "core diplomatic and consular functions," due to concerns about "health attacks" on staff.
Cuba Gives Visa To Senior American DiplomatPhilip Goldberg will be the highest-ranking U.S. foreign service officer to serve as charge d'affaires in Havana.
'Many Suffered Serious Injury': Senate Holds Hearing On Cuba 'Sonic' AttacksA Senate committee is trying to get down to the bottom of what happened to U.S. diplomats targeted in alleged 'sonic attacks.'
Rubio To Hold Hearing On 'Sonic Attacks' On U.S. Diplomats In CubaSen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) will hold the first open public hearing Tuesday on the mysterious sonic attacks on U.S. diplomats and other personnel in Cuba.
AP: Doctors Discover Brain Abnormalities In Cuba Sonic Attack Victims Doctors discovered brain abnormalities while treating victims of a sonic attack in Cuba, according to the Associated Press.
U.S. Tightens Restrictions On Cuba Travel, Business & TradeAmericans traveling to or doing business with Cuba will face new restrictions starting Thursday.
Cuba Denies Sonic Attacks, Says U.S. Lacks EvidenceThe Cuban government is defending itself against allegations of sonic attacks on American diplomats.
Private Citizens Say They Have Health Symptoms After Visiting CubaPrivate citizens are complaining they experienced symptoms similar to those suffered by U.S. diplomats targeted in sonic attacks in Havana, Cuba.
Spirit Airlines Discontinuing Service To CubaAnother low-cost carrier is pulling out of Cuba citing high costs.
American Air Opens First Ticketing Office In Havana Amid veiled threats from President Trump that he would roll back the normalization process with Cuba that began under the Obama administration, American Airlines has taken a big step and opened its first ticketing office on the island.