The United States and Cuba have commenced talks aimed at normalizing long-strained relations, but support for this turning point is not universal. Gwen Ifill talks to Indira Lakshmanan of Bloomberg News from Havana about opposition from Capitol Hill and the…
Sen. Leahy: Time for U.S. and Cuba to Discuss Relationship, 'Realities of Today'…
Ray Suarez reports on Cuba's move to make foreign travel easier for its citizens. Starting in January, most Cubans will only need a passport and a visa from their destination country, though limitations will remain on professionals like doctors. While…
With Cuban President Raul Castro in the front of a Mass Wednesday in Havana's Revolution Plaza, Pope Benedict XVI called for greater freedom for the Roman Catholic Church -- the closest he's come to direct criticism of the regime. Jeffrey…
A healthier Fidel Casto recently granted an audience with an American journalist and Latin America scholar, revealing his concerns with Cuba's economic system.
Margaret Warner speaks with Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic magazine and Latin America analyst Julia Sweig, who met with Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro in Havana and discussed the shortcomings of the island nation's economic system.
Margaret Warner discusses Cuba's political and economic future with two analysts.
Cuba is back in the news spotlight after the release of political prisoners and a TV appearance by Fidel Castro.
Signaling a significant shift in U.S. foreign policy, President Obama announced plans Monday to lift some travel restrictions to Cuba for Cuban-Americans and to improve telecommunications with the island. A reporter details the decision.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
President Barack Obama has decided to lift some restrictions on travel, remittances, mail, and telecommunications with Cuba, the White House announced Monday.
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