110 Dead, Including 5 Children, After Plane Crash In CubaIn the first official death toll, authorities said 110 had died including five children after a passenger jet crashed in Havana, Cuba. Three survivors are clinging to life.
Plane Crashes In Cuba, At Least 110 Passengers On BoardA Cuban-operated airliner with at least 110 people on board crashed into a cassava field just after takeoff from Havana's international airport on Friday.
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U.S. Travel Warning Troubles Cuba's Small BusinessesA U.S. State Department travel warning for Cuba following mysterious attacks that harmed nearly two dozen American diplomats has come like a bucket of cold water for the aspirations of thousands of private entrepreneurs on the island.
American Airlines Opens Office In HavanaAmerican Airlines formally opened an office in Havana on Wednesday, and an executive said that the company will move ahead with its plans for Cuba despite uncertainty over what President Trump's administration will bring.
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.
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.
Kerry In Cuba To Raise U.S. Embassy FlagWashington's top diplomat flew to Havana on Friday to raise the American flag over the new U.S. Embassy, making a symbolic victory lap for the policy of Cuban engagement.
North Texans Hope Cuban Relations Boost BusinessAs American tourists rejoice in easier rules for traveling to Cuba, some business owners are hoping to benefit as well.
North Texans Cuba-Bound With Eased Travel RestrictionsErnesto Velez gives customers a taste of Cuba every time they visit his Havana Café. Velez believes the United States' relaxed travel restrictions to his native country of Cuba will ultimately improve the lives of millions of people there.
College Baseball Players To Face Cubans This SummerU.S. college baseball players will face a Cuban team this summer, renewing play after 16 years with a five-game series between nations with bitter relations.