U.S. intelligence agencies say they cannot link a foreign adversary to any of the incidents associated with so-called “Havana syndrome."
González, who became the center of an international custody battle at 5 years old, was nominated Sunday to Cuba's National Assembly.
A former U.S. intelligence analyst who was convicted of spying for Cuba more than 20 years ago has been released from a federal prison in Fort Worth, Texas.
A delegation of at least three U.S. lawmakers has visited Havana and met with Cuba’s government this week.
“It’s going to get a lot worse very quickly. So please hunker down,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said.
Hurricane Ian devastated Pinar del Río province, where much of the tobacco used to make Cuba’s iconic cigars is grown.
The hurricane has already wreaked havoc in Cuba, and is set to strengthen before it makes landfall on Florida’s west coast.
“Love is now the law,” Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel tweeted in response to the news.
Mabel Cuesta joins HuffPost Live to discuss what it is like to be queer in Cuba.
Authorities in Cuba suspended classes in Pinar del Rio province and said they will begin evacuations.