The United States has accused Cuba of failing to protect U.S. diplomats in Havana from alleged health attacks, and there’s been widespread speculation about a mysterious weapon that was employed. Cuba says if that’s the case, show us the evidence.
Cuban scientific investigators visiting Washington to meet with State Department officials, scientists and members of Congress have challenged whether 26 diplomats at the U.S. Embassy in Havana actually suffered brain injury and were deliberately attacked.
A scientific delegation from Cuba met in Washington with the State Department, Congressional members and the National Academy of Sciences to understand the health incidents affecting U.S. diplomats in Havana.
A proposed reform of Cuba’s constitution would shape the island’s future for years, but Cubans seem to be more interested in wrangling over gay marriage than a multiparty system in debates on a new Constitution.
Former Illinois Gov. George Ryan, who made history in 1999 when he made the first visit to Cuba by a U.S. governor since the revolution, is returning for a three-day trip to the island. His mission: end the embargo
Two wrongful death lawsuits have been filed in a U.S. court by the families of three victims of a Cuban air crash. The May 18 crash resulted in 112 deaths and was one of the worst aviation disasters in Cuban history.
A documentary that premieres Monday on PBS’ POV series features the tension between husband and wife over whether to remain in their Cuban fishing village or to follow the wife’s dream of life in the U.S.
This Palm Beach County murder case, which was tried in Cuba, was groundbreaking on several fronts, and also provided Florida prosecutors an inside look at the Cuban justice system, which is based on civil law adapted to a socialist system.
President Donald Trump is expected to name Mauricio Claver-Carone, one of the most outspoken opponents of the Obama administration’s rapprochement with Cuba, as the new director of the National Security Council’s Western Hemisphere Affairs