Havana’s Malecón, the wall and promenade that run along the city’s northern coast facing toward the U.S., has been called both a frontier between two worlds and a vast sofa for Havana’s population to rest, socialize and dream.
The White House moves closer to allowing thousands of Cuban Americans to sue in U.S. courts foreign companies and others who now control real estate on the island that was seized from them by the Cuban government.
Support for U.S. embargo on Cuba gains support among Cuban Americans in Miami, a Florida International University poll finds. Despite demographic changes in the community, support for Republican candidates remains strong.
Julio González Rebull, a member of Brigade 2506, the CIA-backed group of Cuban exiles who unsuccessfully attempted to overthrow Fidel Castro in the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in 1961, died Monday. He was 82.
The photos, published months ago, have sparked controversy on social media after they were published by various South Florida media outlets. The Miami Herald obtained the images from one of Tony Castro’s Instagram followers.
The U.S. Border Patrol took custody of 23 men from Cuba who arrived in the Middle Florida Keys early Thursday morning. The men told agents they left the north shore of Cuba on New Year’s Eve. Such landings were common, but are now rare.
The Trump administration is expected to take steps to block a historic agreement that would allow Cuban baseball players from joining Major League Baseball in the United States without having to defect, according to an official familiar with the discussions.
MLB and its Players Association sign an agreement with the Cuban Baseball Federation that would allow experienced players to come to the U.S. on work visas and sign as free agents to cut down on defection and smuggling.
Héctor Pascual “Gallo” Portieles, 94, a Cuban outsider artist, uses random objects he’s found in his Alamar neighborhood to create art. His collection spills out of his house and into his neighborhood.