Miami Cuban Celebration Turns To Reflection On Castro's DeathCelebration turned to somber reflection and church services Sunday as Cuban-Americans in Miami largely stayed off the streets following a raucous daylong party in which thousands marked the death of Fidel Castro.
Weeping, Hopeful Cubans Look To Future Without Fidel CastroMusic fell silent, weddings were canceled and people wept in the streets Saturday as Cubans faced their first day without the leader who steered their island to both greater social equality and years of economic ruin.
Miami's Joyous Cubans Hope For Change With Castro's DeathFidel Castro's death triggered an emotional and long-awaited celebration in Miami's large Cuban-American community Saturday as peaceful demonstrators waved flags and honked car horns, many cheering with joy and others weeping for family members who didn't live to see this day.
Former Cuban President Fidel Castro Dies At 90Fidel Castro, the revolutionary who led Cuba since 1959, has died at age 90, his brother Raul Castro announced on state television.
U.S. Companies See Grim Outlook In CubaTwo years into President Obama's campaign to normalize relations with Cuba, his push to expand economic ties is showing few results. Apart from a few marquee deals, formal trade between the countries remains at a trickle.
U.S. Removes Limits On Bringing In Cuban Rum & CigarsThe Obama administration announced on Friday that it is eliminating the $100 limit on the value of Cuban rum and cigars that American travelers can bring back from the island.
North Texans In Florida Scrambling To Avoid MatthewThe rush to get out of Hurricane Matthew’s way is being felt in North Texas with a mixture of relief and disappointment.
AT&T To Provide Wireless Roaming In CubaAT&T has reached a deal for enhanced roaming and other wireless phone services for customers visiting Cuba. A start date and pricing for the services -- including talk, text and data -- have not been announced.
US Gives Tentative OK For Flights To Cuba From 10 US CitiesThe U.S. government on Thursday tentatively approved scheduled commercial airline service to Havana from 10 American cities, further bridging the gulf between countries as close as 90 miles and an hour flight but long kept at a greater distance by the Cold War.
Southwest Airlines CEO Talks Cuba & Wait TimesFrom long security lines to delayed flights, the airline industry has seen its fair share of controversy in recent months. But the head of Southwest Airlines discussed his plans for the future, and his commitment to making travel easier.
Florida Bank Issues First U.S. Credit Card For Use In CubaA small Florida bank will issue the first U.S. credit card intended for use in Cuba. That could make it easier for Americans to travel and work on an island largely cut off from the U.S. financial system.
Obama & Castro Have Historic Meeting In CubaBrushing off decades of distrust, President Obama and Cuba's Raul Castro shook hands Monday, a remarkable moment for two countries working to put the bitterness of their enmity behind them.