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MIAMI, April 12 (Reuters) - Barack Obama's historic talks with Cuban President Raul Castro on Saturday were the culmination
That puts the burden on Obama to create a solution. U.S. officials have refused to swap the four Cubans - soon to be three
With Republicans assailing President Barack Obama for shaking the hand of Cuban leader Raul Castro at Nelson Mandela's funeral on Tuesday, Secretary of State John Kerry pushed back at a House hearing later that day, saying the focus should be on the revered South African leader.
Some of those who listened to what Obama had to say, however, heard words that sounded critical of the Cuban leader. Journalist
"Sometimes a handshake is just a handshake, but when the leader of the free world shakes the bloody hand of a ruthless dictator
Fox News had an in-depth segment on Tuesday about whether or not President Obama's brief handshake with Cuban president Raul
Cruz went on to recall a story told to him by his father, who fled Cuba in 1957 before Castro took power. According to Cruz
The Miami Herald reports that ex-Miami Mayor Manny Diaz, an independent, is starring in a Spanish-language ad for the Obama
For now, it seems the McCain camp is using its Castro ad on sites catering to South Florida - obviously a politically important
Without directly mentioning his name, President Bush took a broad swipe at Sen. Barack Obama during his news conference on