Around The World, People Agree: Government Doesn't Care
December 21 2014 11:49 AM EST
While almost three out of four people vote, a large majority of them say government doesn't care.
Communist Rule Continues In Cuba, Castro Says
December 20 2014 4:37 PM EST
In a televised speech, Raul Castro pledged that renewal of U.S. relations would not end communism in Cuba.
NYPD Suspends Cop Who Pummeled 16-Year-Old
December 20 2014 3:11 PM EST
Charges against the boy have been dropped, and the NYPD says it will investigate the incident.
Will Current Cigar Market Go Up In Smoke?
December 20 2014 11:44 AM EST
With the U.S. embargo on Cuban cigars lifted, there could be big disruptions in the marketplace.
Russia Calls New US Economic Sanctions Useless
December 20 2014 9:19 AM EST
Despite its crumbling economy, Russia says a new round of U.S. sanctions won't have the desired effect.
As US-Cuba Relations Change, How Can Americans Visit?
December 19 2014 3:08 PM EST
Americans have been vacationing in Cuba for decades, thanks to indirect flights through Canada and Mexico.
Guess Who The Loser Is In The US-Cuba Deal
December 19 2014 11:27 AM EST
Venezuela, already battling a torrent of economic problems, may now see its closest ally drift further away.
An Automotive 'Gold Mine' In Cuba
December 19 2014 8:23 AM EST
For more than a half-century Cuba’s American-made vehicles have taken an isolated beating. Now they may be easy pickings for classic car lovers.
Identity Of Spy Freed In US-Cuba Deal Revealed: Reports
December 19 2014 5:30 AM EST
President Barack Obama described him as "one of the most important intelligence agents that the United States has ever had in Cuba."
Colombia Snubs FARC's Proposed Cease-Fire
December 18 2014 10:14 PM EST
The FARC rebel group declared a unilateral cease-fire and made an unusual demand, which the Colombian government refused.
US, Cuba Artists Foresee More Cultural Exchanges
December 18 2014 4:21 PM EST
The U.S.-Cuban rapprochement means less paperwork, longer visits and less stringent financial requirements for artists' visits.
Will Marijuana Black Markets Still Thrive?
December 18 2014 3:42 PM EST
Supporters insist that government-regulated pot will drive customers to legal retailers and away from the black markets.
The FARC Declares Cease-Fire As Colombian President Hails US-Cuba Deal
December 18 2014 3:41 PM EST
As President Obama announced a new US-Cuba policy, the FARC rebel group declared a ceasefire with the Colombian government.
Obama’s Hispanic Support Soared After Immigration Action
December 18 2014 11:00 AM EST
Most Hispanics now support Obama after his executive actions on immigration.
'Courageous And Necessary'
December 18 2014 10:31 AM EST
Heads of state in Venezuela, Uruguay and Colombia praised the new policy and said they hope it augurs for better U.S. relations.
A Chronology Of Secret Talks In US-Cuba Policy
December 18 2014 9:42 AM EST
Obama’s desire to revive ties with Cuba began before he was elected president.
Three Arrested In Europe Over Plot To Sell Weapons To FARC
December 17 2014 11:27 PM EST
The men were charged with conspiracy to kill employees of the U.S., and with conspiracy to provide material support to a Colombian rebel group.
Guantanamo Bay Is Not Up For Negotiation With Cuba
December 17 2014 4:56 PM EST
The U.S. and Cuba are set to re-establish relations, but the U.S. says returning Guantanamo Bay isn't in the cards.
US-Cuba Deal A Mixed Bag For Island's Economy
December 17 2014 4:41 PM EST
The lifting of U.S. restrictions on Cuba Wednesday will help tourism but won't unleash a surge of imports and exports between the nations.
Cuban-American Lawmakers Slam US-Cuba Breakthrough
December 17 2014 4:35 PM EST
Cuban-Americans on both sides of the aisle denounced Obama's move as rewarding the Castros.