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  • Why real change in Cuba won't come easy or fast

    Why real change in Cuba won't come easy or fast
    The historic agreement between Presidents Obama and Raul Castro has opened what Obama calls "a new chapter" in relations between the United States and Cuba, but we are still on the first page. The rest of the chapter remains to be written. What comes next?
  • Commentary: Lifting Cuban trade embargo would make economic sense

    Recently President Obama began the process to lift the trade embargo against Cuba. I rarely agree with the president, but I support his decision to normalize relations with Cuba. In late 2002, I traveled to Cuba with 40 California business and...

    Parents of Cuban who spied for U.S. say they only hope he's well

    For two decades, the parents of a Cuban man convicted of spying for the United States believed he was innocent. Now that all signs suggest he was a double agent working for Washington, they say they can only wish him a happy future. Rolando Sarraff was...

    Time to consider repeal of Cuba Adjustment Act

    President Obama's bid to establish diplomatic relations with Cuba won't quite match — except in South Florida, of course — the geopolitical earthquake set in motion by Richard Nixon's dramatic opening to Communist China in 1972, but it...

    In Cuba's sea of classic cars, the truly valuable are elusive

    Luis Abel Bango spent seven years searching for his dream car, a 1957 Chevy Bel Air. He finally found it on Cuba's far western tip, buying it off the original owner for $7,000. "I went everywhere looking for what I wanted. Out in the provinces, central...