The latest news on Cuba
Court officials won't ID agency monitoring all microphones.
United States, Soviet Union stood on brink of nuclear war 50 years ago.
Hurricane Sandy rumbled across mountainous eastern Cuba on Thursday as a Category 2 storm, bringing heavy rains and blistering winds that ripped the roofs off homes and damaged fragile coffee and tomato crops, but caused no known fatalities on the island.
HAVANA (AP) — The scene at Havana's Victor Hugo Park is unfortunately typical, with a handful of boys kicking a soccer ball through trees while dozens of gray-haired seniors bend and stretch to the urgings of a government-employed trainer.
The Republican Senator says his party must stop alienating Latinos.
South America's leaders are focusing on their own country's security issues.
Cuban officials exaggerate the extent of reforms being enacted in the Castro brothers' Cuba.
Cuba hopes to find oil 30 miles north of Havana.
America's stance on Cuba does not make sense in the 21st century.
The former Massachusetts governor gets a boost from Florida congressmen.