The American diplomats and family members who mysteriously fell ill while stationed at the US embassy in Havana may have been zapped by microwaves that can cause brain injuries, according to a frightening report Saturday.
Havana could be compared to the colorful 1950s classic American cars that fill its roads: an object of desire for historians and tourists alike.
A draft of Cuba's new constitution recognises private property and opens the door to gay marriage.
In a time in which President Trump is saying that the U.S. government will lift economic sanctions against North Korea if it "denuclearizes," why not lift the decades-old U.S. economic embargo against Cuba?
Let's just say the list of suspects isn't very long
Eric Schmidt, a board member of Google's parent company Alphabet, met Monday with Cuba's new president to discuss improving Cuban internet connectivity, one of the world's lowest.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro became on Saturday the first foreign leader to meet with Cuba's Miguel Diaz-Canel since he became president of the communist-run island this week, underscoring the importance of the Venezuelan-Cuban alliance.
Havana (AFP) - Cuba turns to a model Communist Party official, Miguel Diaz-Canel, to steer it through a period of uncertainty when it finally turns the page on the Castro era in a vote on Thursday.
Havana (Cuba) (AFP) - Cuban President Raul Castro steps down Thursday, passing the baton to a new generation in a transition that brings to a close the Castro brothers' six-decade grip on power.
Fidel and Raul Castro were scruffy young guerrillas in 1959, when they descended from Cuba's eastern mountains, seized power and never relinquished it.
On Havana's malecón, the seawall that parallels the shore, the waves roll in and hit the sudden obstacle, sending towering explosions of bright white spray far into the air, occasionally soaking the unwary pedestrian. Across the highway that follo
Cuba on Sunday took the final political step before a promised transition from the founders of the Communist state to a younger generation of officials.
Some seem to naively and unwarrantedly believe that liberal democracies and free market economies are the inevitable end result when opposition movements topple authoritarian regimes.
Three computer scientists reverse-engineered a recording of the sound and think they know what got 24 people at the American embassy in Havana sick.
Doctors are releasing the first detailed medical reports about the hearing, vision, balance and brain symptoms suffered in what the State Department has called "health attacks" on U.S. diplomats in Cuba.
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A Castro will be Cuba's president for at least a little longer.
The U.S. government still keeps 41 prisoners at the Guantánamo Bay Detention Camp in Cuba. Incredibly, some of these so-called alien enemy combatants have been imprisoned for up to 15 years without benefit of trial; indeed, without even being charge