Rex Tillerson said he’s not convinced that what he calls the “deliberate attacks” are over.
By Josh Lederman and Matthew Lee, Associated Press
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis visited the American Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to offer holiday greetings to troops Thursday. It was the first trip there by a Pentagon chief in almost 16 years.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 25, President Donald Trump names Budget Director Mick Mulvaney the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and a filmmaker documents the lives of Cubans over 45 years. Also, Rohingya refugees share their stories.
By PBS NewsHour
In 1972, intrigued by the promises of communism, then-24-year-old Jon Alpert sailed illegally to Cuba. For the next 45 years, the New York City filmmaker made regular trips to the island, documenting post-revolution Cuba through the daily lives of three…
By Connie Kargbo and Christopher Booker
By Miles O'Brien
As Cuba tries to open up its economy and lure western investment through tourism, environmentalists are working to prove that protection of the environment can also be a profitable pursuit. By developing the island's ecotourism, scientists hope to stimulate the…
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
A "no" vote Wednesday from U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley will return the United States to a place of extreme isolation within the global community over its policy toward Cuba, potentially undermining the Trump administration's broader goals for…
By Fedor Kossakovski
Ligers, tigons and other hybrid animals sound fun, until you learn about their health issues.
By Miles O'Brien
Replete with rare and endangered species, Cuba is a crown jewel of biodiversity in the Caribbean. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien reports on the ways scientists and conservationists are working to survey and protect the island’s rich, and sometimes unique, wildlife…
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Two more U.S. government workers have been confirmed to be victims of invisible attacks in Cuba, the United States said Friday, raising the total to 24.
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