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.
Wasserman Schultz Blasts House Over Bill Halting Syrian RefugeesU.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is speaking out against a bill, passed by the House, that would make it hard for refugees from Syria and Iraq to get into the U.S.
Local Vigils Support Victims Of Paris Terror AttacksWith thousands of miles to separate us, South Floridians are gathering in solidarity with Paris, praying for the victims of the terror attacks.
Emilio & Gloria Estefan To Get Presidential MedalHusband and wife celebrity duo Emilio and Gloria Estefan are getting a presidential honor.
Congress OKs Bill Banning Guantanamo Detainees From USCongress passed a bill that bans moving Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States - something President Barack Obama has been trying to do since he came into office.
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.
Carvalho In DC For School Testing DiscussionMiami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is Washington DC where he's taking part in a policy discussion on school testing.
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.
Obama, Castro Talk About Possible End To Embargo President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro stood before the United Nations General Assembly Monday, covering controversial topics like the possible end of the embargo against Cuba.
Pope Praises US Bishops' Response To Abuse, Angering VictimsPope Francis praised American bishops on Wednesday for their "generous commitment" to helping victims of clergy sex abuse, drawing an angry rebuke from advocates who said the bishops acted only under the threat of hundreds of lawsuits.
Pope Meets Privately With Religious Order Suing Obama AdministrationPope Francis had a private meeting Wednesday night with the Little Sisters of the Poor, a religious order that is suing the Obama administration over a requirement in the Affordable Care Act that employers provide health insurance that covers birth control.
Pope Canonizes 18th-Century Missionary; Not Everyone HappyAn 18th-century missionary who brought Catholicism to the American West Coast was elevated to sainthood Wednesday by Pope Francis in the first canonization on U.S. soil.