The fiery communist politician and Cuban revolutionary who led his country for almost half a century, has died, state media announced Saturday.
By Noreen Nasir
Former Cuban president Fidel Castro publicly criticized President Barack Obama’s recent Cuban trip in a letter published Monday, his first official response to Obama’s historic visit.
By Erik Andersen
For a few short days, President Barack Obama was America's man in Havana, his challenges to President Raul Castro stunning Cuban citizens who mused openly in the streets about the possibility of political change.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
In a speech broadcast into homes across Cuba, President Obama declared he had come to bury the rivalries of the Cold War and urged Congress to end the 54-year trade embargo, while calling on the Castro government to improve commercial…
By PBS NewsHour
Breaking decades of hostility and suspicion, President Obama met with Cuban President Raul Castro Monday in a historic trip to the communist island. The two heads of state even took questions -- a rarity for Cuba’s government -- during which…
By PBS NewsHour
What does President Obama’s historic visit mean for a new era of U.S.-Cuban relations? Gwen Ifill talks to Laura Trevelyan of BBC World News America for the view from the ground, and Judy Woodruff turns to María de los Angeles…
By Larisa Epatko
Cuba is considered an untapped market for the United States, and some see Cuba's potential as a tourist destination with a Studio 54-esque red velvet rope vibe.
By Josh Lederman and Kevin Freking, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama said Thursday he'll raise human rights issues and other U.S. concerns with Cuban President Raul Castro during a history-making visit to the communist island nation.
By Associated Press
It will be the second face-to-face meeting between Obama and Castro since the U.S. and Cuba restored diplomatic relations late last year.
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