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The president declared the official cancellation of the U.S.-Cuba deal and 3 reasons why he is wrong.

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The fiery songstress' musical legacy will be finally be celebrated.

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Cuba's Malecon seafront will soon be a Wi-Fi hotspot.

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"The Companion" has been selected as Cuba's official selection for the Academy Awards.

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Floridians have offered a mixed response to President Barack Obama's historic trip to Cuba.

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The Obama administration's progress in re-establishing relations with Cuba could have a major impact on Major League Baseball, now that a newly implemented rule allows U.S. franchises to sign contracts directly with Cuban players.

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The Obama administration took another major step toward re-establishing U.S. relations with Cuba on Tuesday by making it easier for Americans to take individual trips to the communist nation and allowing Cuban nationals to work in the U.S.

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Should the U.S. deport the nearly 30,000 convicted Cuban immigrants who have served prison terms under U.S. law?

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Three major U.S. companies are finalizing business deals with Cuba as President Barack Obama’s visit to the country approaches. These are AT&T, Starwood and Marriott.

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U.S. President Barack Obama promises to speak about rights for Cubans with their President Raul Castro. While the goal seems far-fetched right now, the Obama administration is positive that Cuba will change for the better, especially for the middle class.

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A Florida mayor is planning to highlight Cuban immigrants’ dangerous travel to the United States. De Bary Mayor Clint Johnson said that his plan will allow him to better empathize with the undocumented Cuban immigrants who travel using unsafe boats.

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U.S. President Barack Obama is set to watch the Cuban national baseball team during his visit to Havana in March. His administration is looking for ways to cement the recent thaw in relations with Cuba via the one sport both nations love: baseball.

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The thaw in United States and Cuba relations is a major step for both countries, but the business landscape is still a work in progress. Both domestic and foreign entrepreneurs are still gauging the opportunities available to them in the country and trying to find their place in the evolving social and economic community.

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s cancelled visit to Cuba may also lead to the cancellation of President Barack Obama’s trip to the communist nation.

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Senator Bob Corker doesn’t think that the United States’ embargo on Cuba will be lifted under Barack Obama’s presidency.

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Cuba to discuss human rights.

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