Cuba: Far more than cars and cigarsCuba: Far more than cars and cigarsRelations between the U.S. and Cuba are thawing -- and we were there to help
Cuban farmer sows, harvests fresh ideas in VTCuban farmer sows, harvests fresh ideas in VTCross-pollination between urban farms gets boost this weekend with an organizer from Cuba
Pope Francis to visit Cuba before U.S. tripPope Francis to visit Cuba before U.S. tripFrancis has been credited with helping the U.S. and Cuba reach their historic rapprochement.
Businesses say they made deals on trade trip to CubaBusinesses say they made deals on trade trip to CubaMasterCard is laying groundwork for use of card on island.
Warming US-Cuba relations give MLB players hopeWarming US-Cuba relations give MLB players hopeAs the U.S. and Cuba begin to normalize relations, a growing number of exiled Cuban baseball players watch with great interest. Most Cuban players in MLB have not been able to visit family and friends on the island since they defected. (April 21)
As friends, U.S. can push change in Cuba: #tellusatodayAs friends, U.S. can push change in Cuba: #tellusatodayPresident Obama announced Tuesday that he plans to take Cuba off the terrorism list.
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Elk Grove lawmaker returns from Cuba, talks trade, agricultureElk Grove lawmaker returns from Cuba, talks trade, agricultureAssem. Jim Cooper from Elk Grove returned Friday from an official agricultural trade mission to Cuba.
Many challenges to investing in Cuba, but opportunity existsMany challenges to investing in Cuba, but opportunity existsThe improvement of relations between the U.S. and Cuba will continue to move forward even though the process toward normalization will move slowly.
Tourism, Telecom and technology sectors look to invest in CubaTourism, Telecom and technology sectors look to invest in CubaAmerican businesses are learning that while Cuba offers an investment potential, the process of doing business in the island nation is a long and challenging one.
U.S. State department working to remove Cuba from terror listU.S. State department working to remove Cuba from terror listU.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Stefan Selig says the State Department is working to remove Cuba from the terrorism watch list as the Obama administration works toward normalizing relations with the island nation.
Americans cling to claims for Cuban propertyAmericans cling to claims for Cuban propertyNearly 60 years after Fidel Castro took over Cuba, American families and companies who have claims on billions worth of confiscated property are wondering if the communist government will pay up as the U.S. and Cuba restore diplomatic ties. (March 2)
MLB commissioner: exhibition game in Cuba 'Likely' next yearMLB commissioner: exhibition game in Cuba 'Likely' next yearMLB commissioner Rob Manfred told The Wall Street Journal the league will "most likely" play an exhibition game in Cuba next year. Video provided by Newsy
First direct flights between New York and Cuba taking offFirst direct flights between New York and Cuba taking offNow is a good time to brush up on your Spanish. The first direct charter flights between New York City and Cuba are now taking off. Cuba Travel Services has started offering a weekly Tuesday charter between JFK Airport and Havana.
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Raw: US, Cuba hold 2nd round of diplomatic talksRaw: US, Cuba hold 2nd round of diplomatic talksThe State Department is hosting a second round of talks on Friday to re-establish diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba. (Feb. 27)
U.S.-Cuba talks, round two: What to expectU.S.-Cuba talks, round two: What to expectThe second round of talks between the U.S. and Cuba will be focused on the nuts and bolts of opening embassies in the two countries. Video provided by Newsy
Netflix launches in CubaNetflix launches in CubaRental and streaming service is among first U.S. companies to take advantage of Obama's edict to reopen diplomatic ties.
Administration officials defend Cuba policyAdministration officials defend Cuba policyThaw in relations toward Cuba are proving divisive within both parties in Congress.
Scenes from daily life in CubaScenes from daily life in CubaOsmar Ramirez walks his pig Bartolo by a leash to a client's home for mating in La Lisa neighborhood on the outskirts of Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. Ramirez owns two male pigs, Bartolo and Bartolo's father Pancho, and charges 100 Cuba pesos (CUPs),...
Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz spar on Cuba policyRand Paul, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz spar on Cuba policySens. Rand Paul, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz debate U.S.-Cuba policy Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015 at the American Recovery Policy Forum, part of a Koch brothers conference in Rancho Mirage.
Five Things You Should Know Before Traveling to CubaFive Things You Should Know Before Traveling to CubaAlthough you can go to Cuba now, you can't visit as a tourist. Here are five things to know before you go.
Time to shut Guantanamo prison? #tellusatodayTime to shut Guantanamo prison? #tellusatodayPresident Obama has renewed efforts to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center. Five more prisoners were released last week.
Cuban dissidents to attend State of the Union speechCuban dissidents to attend State of the Union speechJorge Luis Garcia Perez, jailed for his pro-democracy work in Cuba, is Speaker Boehner's guest.
Readers' Voices: An American in CubaReaders' Voices: An American in CubaEducator shares perspective on historic changes, Fidel Castro and common bonds with U.S.
Ybor City: Visit a piece of Cuba right within the USAYbor City: Visit a piece of Cuba right within the USAYbor City's culture and heritage has been a Cuban stronghold in Tampa since the 1880s.
Rubio open to hearings on changing U.S.-Cuba relationsRubio open to hearings on changing U.S.-Cuba relationsThe Florida senator says he still may block normalization of ties with the Castro regime.
Voices: Vietnam suggests where Cuba is headingVoices: Vietnam suggests where Cuba is headingLife improved dramatically in Vietnam after normalization of relations with U.S.