President Trump’s new Cuba policy, announced by national security adviser John Bolton in Miami during a Bay of Pigs event, pleases Cuban-American allies like Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart. But is it sound?
In Coral Gables, National Security Advisor John Bolton criticized what he called ‘disastrous’ Obama-era policies as he discussed the Trump administration’s tighter restrictions on travel and remittances to Cuba.
A traffic stop in Tamarac, Florida, snagged Carlos Ernesto Lozano Rodriguez, a previously deported “documented gang member,” BSO says, whom Interpol wanted because he’s got a murder warrant back in El Salvador.
The Red Cross shipped what it said was its first aid - medical supplies and electrical equipment- into Venezuela on April 16, after weeks of a government blockade. Here, some supplies are unloaded from a plane at Simon Bolivar International Airport.
AirTM, an online crypto currency exchange that lets users buy and sell e-currencies, has organized the Venezuela AirDrop campaign, which will deposit money to thousands of Venezuelans’ online accounts.
The Trump administration will lift the suspension of a law that lets Cuban Americans sue for confiscated property as National Security Advisor John Bolton is set to talk in Miami on the Bay of Pigs invasion anniversary.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrapped up a four-nation tour of South America on Sunday at the Colombian-Venezuelan border, asking the man in the presidential palace in Caracas to step down for the good of his nation.
Comedian George Harris found a passion for monologues through his weekly stand-up comedy shows in Brickell. He has a loyal audience with whom he can share his pain about the political and economic situation in Venezuela through laughter.
Hugo Carvajal, the former director of Venezuela’s military intelligence and a high-profile critic of the Nicolás Maduro regime, has been arrested in Spain and is awaiting extradition to the United States.
U.S. National Security Presidential Adviser John Bolton will travel to Miami to offer an April 17 speech on the actions that the U.S. is taking to address the situation in Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, countries he calls the “troika of tyranny.”