Tensions between the U.S. and Cuba began after Fidel Castro came into power Jan. 1, 1959 and the disclosure of the socialist nature of the Cuban revolution. Here's a chronology of the longest lasting embargo in the world.
Vivian Mannerud, president of Airline Brokers Company, speaks about the changes in policy to Cuba travel over the past 27 years.
The U.S. embargo on Cuba has long been supported by Cuban exiles, but in recent years there has been an erosion of that support.
South Florida has seen a surge in trips to Cuba as new U.S. policies toward Havana take shape.
Despite a rigid embargo that has spanned half a century, the United States is playing a major role in feeding Cuba.
Talks that would allow direct mail between the United States and Cuba will begin soon.
The three-level Carlos III shopping center in downtown Havana is a showcase of embargo-skirting goods. Ther...
President Obama's decision in April to lift the limit on visits by Cuban Americans to their homeland was se...