Cuban Dissident Visits Florida, Says Repression ContinuesA well-known Cuban dissident and U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient is in town.
First U.S. Hotel Opens In Cuba Since 1959 RevolutionA US hotel has opened its doors in Cuba for the first time since the Cuban Revolution swept Fidel Castro into power in 1959 - a milestone in a country that once rejected all things from the United States.
Local Groups Compile Lists Of Political Prisoners After Castro’s CommentsLocal groups compile lists of political prisoners after Raul Castro’s comments.
Tourism A Top Topic During President Obama’s Historic Cuba VisitTourism is a top topic during President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba.
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.
Bacardi Protests Renewal Of Cuba's Rum Trademark In The US Bacardi is asking for more information on the U.S. government's decision to allow Cuba to sell Havana Club rum in America.
Obama Administration Loosens Cuba Embargo With New MeasuresThe Obama administration has yet again loosened the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba.
American TV Show Makes History With Shoot In CubaShowtime's "House of Lies" is making history in Cuba. It’s the first scripted American TV show to shoot on the island since the Cuban embargo began more than 50 years ago.
Questions Persist With Arrival Of Cuban Immigrants From Central AmericaSpanish language radio host Ninoska Perez has been fielding calls from listeners focused on the recent arrival of nearly 200 Cubans from Central America, and the impending arrival of thousands of others.
Miami Politicians Pushing To Prevent Cuban Consulate In City A group of local politicians are pushing hard to prevent Cuba from opening a consulate in Miami saying it would inflame passions among Cuban exiles, possibly posing a security risk.