Cubans Stranded In Costa Rica Start Arriving In South FloridaThe first group of Cubans- who were stranded in Costa Rica- arrived in Hialeah Gardens late Sunday night.
Stranded Cuban Migrants Make Plans To Cross MexicoAfter being stranded in Costa Rica for months, nearly 200 Cuban migrants who recently made it to southern Mexico began making plans Thursday to travel to the border with the United States.
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.
Journey To U.S. Resumes For Cubans Stuck In Costa RicaThe wait is over for thousands of Cuban refugees who have been stuck in Costa Rica for the last couple of months. On Wednesday, the first 180 of the 8,000 migrants were airlifted to El Salvador and then traveled by bus to Guatemala.
Rubio Introduces Bill Restricting Cuban Immigrant BenefitsFlorida Senator Marco Rubio introduced a bill on Tuesday restricting benefits to Cubans who arrive in the United States.
USCG: Cuban Migration To U.S. Up By 350 %The amount of Cubans making their way to the U.S. by sea is up by 350 %, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Rubio Plans To Present Bill Restricting Cuban Immigrant BenefitsPresidential hopeful Marco Rubio says he plans to introduce a bill to restrict benefits for Cuban immigrants.
Dade Prepped To Receive Cubans Stranded In Central AmericaThousands of Cubans stranded in Central America may have a home in Miami-Dade soon.
Pope Pushing For Solution To Stranded CubansPope Francis is calling for Central American countries to come together and help thousands of Cuban migrants stranded in the region.
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.
Lawmaker Calls For End To 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot'The Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966, also known as the "wet foot, dry foot" policy, could come to an end if a Miami Republican gets his way.
State Dept.: 1 Year Later U.S., Cuba Relations Have "Come A Long Way"It's been a year since President Barack Obama announced the United States and Cuba planned to normalize relations.
U.S, Cuban Delegates Take Up Rival ClaimsDelegates with the United States and Cuba met Tuesday in their first government to government claims discussion.