The latest news on Cuba
Obama inherited a Cold War policy with Cuba, but he doesn’t have to keep it.
Bay of Pigs fiasco helped shaped success of Cuban missile crisis.
Last week's Human Rights Council election is a sign of much bigger issues within the organization.
Military officials traveled to the Caribbean nation to discuss mutual resentment of U.S.
Ecuador, Venezuela, Cuba and Russia infrequently extradite U.S. fugitives.
Members of Congress blast suspected leaker for flight to countries known for human rights abuses.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The bizarre journey of Edward Snowden is far from over.
Cuba's political crisis frames the second season of the Miami period drama.
The pop super star called the couple's wedding anniversary trip 'beautiful.'
Informers stand to gain $2 million in the unlikely event Chesimard, convicted of murdering a cop 40 years ago, is caught.