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The comrade-in-arms to Cuba's Fidel Castro is hated in Miami, where the New York City mayor and Democratic presidential hopeful spoke at a union rally.
The Fresno Grizzlies apologized for not properly vetting the clip shown between games of a Memorial Day doubleheader.
The country's anti-LGBTQ views have resurfaced ahead of a proposed constitutional amendment.
The 57-year-old former vice president vowed to "give continuity to the Cuban revolution."
Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel -- who is, significantly, not a Castro -- is expected to succeed him.
“Fidelito” was previously the head of Cuba’s national nuclear program, and spearheaded the development of a nuclear plant on the Caribbean’s largest island.
A year after he was arrested for celebrating the ex-president's death, a Cuban dissident looks back on the first year without Fidel.
How can Cuba reform its stagnant economy without losing what’s working?
Ramón I. Centeno, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) This article, originally published on January 23 2017, has
For almost 60 years, Washington has lavished on a modest-sized, impoverished island nation.
The Cuban people have not had a meaningful say in their country’s future.
No tears from a former political prisoner living in the D.C. area, who served 22 years of an original 20-year sentence and
Opponents of President Obama’s opening to Cuba have taken full advantage of the fact-free character of recent political debate
As Cuba struggled with an economic crisis and the aftershock of losing its Soviet patron during the 1990s, the legacy of