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Human rights groups denounce Cuba harassment of activist group
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Tropical Storm Eta targets Florida west coast
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Storm Eta lashes Cuba, brings rains to Florida
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Holiday with fresh herbs at these Cuban hotels
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The Cuban band singing 'Vote for Trump'
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Ana de Armas: 'Fame is not the most exciting thing about my job'
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Cuban entrepreneurs reinvent businesses to survive
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Biden Nominates Cuban-Born Lawyer to Lead Homeland Security Dept.Alejandro N. Mayorkas, a former deputy homeland security secretary, would be tasked with restoring faith in a department that carried out the Trump immigration agenda.
Biden taps Alejandro Mayorkas as first immigrant to lead DHSMayorkas, a Cuban immigrant who arrived in the U.S. as a political refugee, would also become the first Latino to lead the department.
Alejandro Mayorkas picked as first Latino to head DHS as Biden builds out diverse foreign policy teamPresident-elect Joe Biden chose Alejandro Mayorkas, who arrived as a refugee from Cuba, to lead the Department of Homeland Security.
Eta Targets Florida, AgainThe storm, which had battered South Florida as well as parts of Cuba and Central America, briefly strengthened to a Category One Hurricane on Wednesday as it approached the Gulf Coast.
AP Top Stories November 10 PHere's the latest for Tuesday November 10th: McConnell says no alarm as Trump continues legal challenges to election; Eta squats off western Cuba; Supreme Court likely to leave bulk of ACA in place;..
Tropical Storm Eta floods Florida mobile home parkTropical Storm Eta was squatting off western Cuba on Tuesday after drifting away from South Florida, where it unleashed a deluge that flooded entire neighborhoods and filled some homes with rising..
Fort Lauderdale fights floods as Eta closes inFort Lauderdale pumped water off the streets as Tropical Storm Eta sliced across Cuba on Sunday. (Nov. 9)
Eta restrengthens into a tropical storm; warnings issued for South FloridaEta became a tropical storm again on Saturday as it continued making its way toward Cuba and South Florida.
Eta death toll climbs in Central America as storm barrels towards Cuba and FloridaTropical Depression Eta wreaked havoc in Central America, triggering major flooding and landslides that have killed dozens. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN to..
'Rains are going to be the problem': Florida in Eta's path this weekend as storm strengthensAfter pounding Central America with deadly floods and mudslides, Tropical Depression Eta is taking aim on Cuba and then Florida.
Eta could hit Florida next week as a tropical stormTropical Depression Eta was expected to restrengthen into a tropical storm and head toward Cuba and Florida over the weekend and into early next week.
Tropical Storm Eta targets Gulf Coast after lashing NicaraguaEta, which was once a major hurricane, is pulling away from Central America and is expected to hit Cuba and South Florida as a tropical storm.
'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Eta makes landfall in Nicaragua as Category 4 stormImpacts to Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas are not out of the question during the second week of November.
Cubans make last push with salsa to reelect TrumpA salsa song about voting for President Donald Trump, first performed by the Cuban band Los 3 de la Habana at a private party in Miami, has traveled widely and now plays at rallies and early polling..
Today in History for October 25thHighlights of this day in history: Cuban missile crisis fuels Cold War clash at UN; China's UN seat changes hands; 'Charge of the Light Brigade' battle takes place; Author Geoffrey Chaucer dies; Golfer..
My family fled Fidel Castro's Cuba, where 'cancel culture' was deadly serious.First Amendment protections won't make a difference if we don't have a culture of free expression among young people.
U.S. Diplomats and Spies Battle Trump Administration Over Suspected AttacksAmerican officials in China, Cuba and Russia say U.S. agencies are concealing the true extent of the episodes, leaving colleagues vulnerable to hostile actions abroad.
Trump’s False Claims as He Resumes His Rallies After HospitalizationIn Florida, the president made a series of inaccurate claims about his election opponent, the coronavirus pandemic, the Nobel Peace Prize and Cuba, among other topics.
Guantánamo Bay Navy Base Raises Health Alert and Closes FacilitiesResidents received little information about the source of the health scare that halted activities at the outpost in Cuba.
Trump announces new sanctions on CubaPresident Donald Trump announced Wednesday that Americans won't be allowed to bring home cigars and rum from Cuba under new sanctions likely to appeal to Cuban-Americans, a crucial voting bloc in the..
Cuba’s Economy Was Hurting. The Pandemic Brought a Food Crisis.The island was able to control the coronavirus, but the dearth of tourists in the pandemic’s wake strangled an economy already damaged by mismanagement and U.S. sanctions.
WorldView: India protests, U.N. peacekeepers' misconduct, Cuba leadershipProtests continue across India over a proposed citizenship law that critics say discriminates against Muslims. A new report highlights sexual misconduct by U.N. peacekeeping troops in Haiti, who..
WorldView: Caribbean earthquake, Huawei meeting, East Africa locust plagueA 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck between Jamaica and Cuba, with tremors felt around the region. U.S. and U.K. leaders are meeting about Huawei spying fears. And a plague of locusts is threatening the..
Court Rules Guantánamo Detainees Are Not Entitled to Due ProcessThe decision in the case of a Yemeni held at the military prison in Cuba since 2004 found that an indefinite detainee’s only constitutional right is to challenge his detention.
Gloria Estefan: 'Be in each and every moment, that's the only thing you really have that's guaranteed'Superstar singer talks about her parents' flight from Cuba, her roots and her comeback from being paralyzed in a 1990 bus crash.
12/22: Deadly storm claims lives in two states; Cuban defector becomes rising starA large storm system draped across the eastern two-thirds of the U.S. has claimed the lives of several people as severe storms and flooding affected areas from Texas up to the Midwest; and, after..
Pres. Obama greets Cuban leader at Mandela memorialPamela Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, joins UTTM to discuss the handshake between President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro.
GOP Rep. wonders why Obama shook Raul Castro's "bloody hand"During a congressional hearing, Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen told Secretary of State John Kerry that President Obama's handshake with Cuban President Raul Castro at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela..
Commemorating Nelson Mandela: Presidents, kings, citizens gather for memorialThe memorial service for Nelson Mandela features tributes by some of the anti-apartheid icon's family members and foreign leaders, including President Obama, Cuban President Raul Castro, and the U.N...
American detained in Cuba asks President Obama for helpAmerican contractor Alan Gross, in a letter to President Obama, is asking for help to win his release from a Cuban prison He is serving a 15-year prison sentence for "crimes against Cuba."
Red Cross Cancels Guantánamo Visit Over Coronavirus CasesThe pandemic has forced the longest absence of the humanitarian organization from the remote military prison in Cuba since it opened in January 2002.
Trump warns Biden embraces socialism or 'worse'President Donald Trump is criticizing former President Barack Obama's efforts to lift some sanctions against Cuba and warns that the presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, would even embrace..
Cuban doctors may stay longer in Mexico if coronavirus cases keep risingHundreds of Cuban doctors and nurses who were sent to Mexico City to help respond to the coronavirus pandemic could stay longer if cases keep rising, a senior government official said.
Cuba to test visitors for coronavirus, limit tourism to keysCuba will test all visitors for coronavirus when it reopens to international tourism, which will be limited at first to the beach resorts at the keys of the Caribbean's largest island, Prime Minister..
Closing in on all sides: Cuba nears declaring coronavirus victoryReina Paula, a saleswoman at Havana's La Epoca supermarket, said the same day that a worker tested positive for the coronavirus, local authorities sent the rest of the staff in a fleet of state..
Trump administration orders Marriott to shutter Cuba hotel by end of AugustThe U.S. Department of Treasury ordered Marriott to shut down its Four Points Sheraton hotel in Havana, Cuba, by Aug. 31 amid continuing tensions.
On Raul Castro's birthday, U.S. threatens Cuba remittancesThe Trump administration expanded on Wednesday its list of Cuban entities that Americans are banned from doing business with to include the financial corporation that handles U.S. remittances to the..
U.S. caps charter flights to Cuba at 3,600 per yearThe United States will impose a cap on charter flights to Cuba at 3,600 per year, the U.S. Transportation Department said on Thursday, as President Donald Trump's administration moves to curb the Cuban..
Online shopping highlights Cuba's inequality in time of coronavirusThe coronavirus pandemic is highlighting growth in inequality in Communist Cuba as worsening shortages force most citizens to spend hours in line to purchase basic goods while the better-off are..
Large contingent of Cuban doctors help Mexico with coronavirus: sourcesAt least 500 Cuban health workers are helping tackle the new coronavirus in Mexico City, Mexican officials say, making it likely the largest contingent the communist-led island has deployed globally as..
Exclusive: U.S. considers returning Cuba to list of state sponsors of terrorism - sourceThe United States is considering returning Cuba to its list of state sponsors of terrorism, a senior Trump administration official told Reuters on Thursday, a move that would mark another major blow to..
U.S. says Cuba is not cooperating fully on counterterrorismThe Trump administration said on Wednesday it had put Cuba back on the list of countries that do not cooperate fully with its efforts to counter terrorism, in a further escalation of U.S. tensions with..
With Castro-era biotech, Cuba seeks to compete in coronavirus treatment raceCommunist-run Cuba, laboring under a six-decade U.S. embargo, is betting a biotech sector begun by late revolutionary leader Fidel Castro can give the Caribbean island an edge in a global race to find..