Umpire Sues MLB Claiming Race DiscriminationAngel Hernandez, a big league umpire for nearly 25 years, sued Major League Baseball on Monday alleging race discrimination. He said that MLB chief baseball officer Joe Torre "has a history of animosity" toward him.
Southwest Drops 2 Cuban Routes, Citing Performance, BanSouthwest Airlines Co. says it will drop flights to two Cuban destinations, citing its struggles to attract passengers and a tougher U.S. stance toward the island nation.
Sen. Cruz Praises Trump On Changes To Immigration, Cuba PolicySen. Ted Cruz appeared at a news conference in Arlington Friday, where General Motors announced plans to open a supplier park to support building its full-size SUV's at its nearby plant.
President Trump Restores Some Cuba Penalties, Rejecting 'Oppressors'President Donald Trump declared Friday he was restoring some travel and economic restrictions on Cuba that were lifted as part of the Obama administration's historic easing.
Jury To Decide Guilt Or Innocence In MLB Cuban Smuggling CaseSeveral smuggled Cuban players testified, including Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox and Leonys Martin, formerly of the Texas Rangers, and now with the Seattle Mariners.
Texas Rangers Execs Lead Off Defense In Cuban Smuggling TrialTwo Texas Rangers executives will be the leadoff witnesses for the defense in the Miami trial of a sports agent and baseball trainer charged with smuggling Cuban ballplayers.
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.
Obama Scrapping 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot' Policy For CubansThe Obama administration is ending the "wet foot, dry foot" policy that granted residency to Cubans who arrived in the United States without visas.
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.