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US changing its policy with or without Cuba

U.S. President Barack Obama has shown a new way to design his policy toward Cuba. Will Cuba design a new policy toward the United States?

Yes, my family had to flee Cuba. But staying mad about it doesn’t achieve anything.

My parents were chemical engineers in Cuba; they met while working in the pharmaceutical industry. I was born on Aug. 14, 1990, a day after Fidel Castro turned 64. Mami extended her labor so I wouldn't share a birthday with our country's revolutionary leader.

Obama addresses the Cuban nation in historic Havana visit

"Sí se puede," U.S. President Barack Obama told the Cuban people Tuesday in a nationwide address that promised a new beginning and a bright future together. "Yes we can."

Obama, Castro hail ‘new day’ for US-Cuba relations

U.S. President Barack Obama and his Cuban counterpart Raúl Castro vowed Monday in Havana to set aside their differences in pursuit of what the U.S. president called a "new day" for the relationship between the neighbors. President Castro, not used to press conferences, also refused to admit Cuba has political prisoners.

On first full day in Cuba, Obama meets with Castro and will address the public

President Barack Obama's historic trip to Cuba officially began Monday as President Raúl Castro greeted him with a military honor guard and the playing of the U.S. and Cuban national anthems at the Revolutionary Palace here.

Obama promises human rights talk with Castro

U.S. President Barack Obama, who visits Cuba in a week, promised dissidents he would directly discuss human rights issues with their president, Raúl Castro, in a letter published Sunday.

Costa Rica winds down humanitarian mission for Cuban migrants with presidential send-off

As Costa Rica’s president bids farewell to one of the last groups of Cubans stranded here for months, many who are leaving say more islanders will follow.

Venezuelan protests seek Maduro’s ouster

Venezuela's opposition held a national day of protest Saturday, the opening salvo in its new strategy to oust President Nicolás Maduro.

With Obama visit, Cubans hope for home run in baseball diplomacy

Cuba's communist government is trying an unusual diplomatic tool to crack the economic trade barrier with the United States: baseball.

Obama to make historic visit to Cuba in March

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Barack Obama will become the first U.S. president to visit Cuba in almost a century next month, a symbolic visit that will cast off one of the last vestiges of the Cold War.

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