Russia has not provided details about the purpose of its trip, but the Kremlin has moved to bolster Russia's military capability amid tensions with the West.
By Zoe Rohrich
The last American cruise ship pulled out of Havana for the foreseeable future Wednesday.
By Matthew Lee, Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press
A Treasury Department statement says the U.S. will no longer allow the group educational and cultural trips known as "people to people" travel to the island.
By PBS NewsHour
As the standoff over transition of power in Venezuela continues at least 50 countries including the U.S. have thrown their support behind Juan Guaidó whose recent calls for military support and for mass demonstrations have not been successful. Columbia University’s…
Gloria and Emilio Estefan have cultivated a successful joint music career spanning decades, though most closely associated with smash hits of the 1980s. The latest accolade added to their collection is the Gershwin Prize of Popular Song, awarded by the…
The White House says Americans will now be able to sue businesses operating on land confiscated by the Castro regime. Previous administrations declined to enforce the related Helms-Burton Law. Canada and the EU, which have private-sector interests on Cuban land,…
By Gisela Salomon, Deb Reichmann, Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The Trump administration on Wednesday rolled back Obama administration policy and announcing new restrictions and sanctions against the three countries whose leaders national security adviser John Bolton dubbed the "three stooges of socialism."…
By Associated Press
The Trump administration is opening the door for lawsuits against foreign firms operating on properties Cuba seized from Americans after the 1959 revolution.
By Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press
A march by independent civil society groups seeking government action will be a remarkable sight in a country where, for nearly 60 years, virtually every aspect of life was part of a single chain of command ending in a supreme…
By Michael Weissenstein, Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Under the new rules, the U.S. would allow lawsuits against foreign companies using properties confiscated by the Cuban government after the 1959 revolution.
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