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Will Castro opponents face retaliation back home?
Introducing Raul Castro's new No. 2, Miguel Diaz-Canel. He's under 80, but does he bring the new blood Cuba will need when Castro retires?
Hugo Chavez inspired like-minded leaders, but was also their cautionary tale.
Analysis: Final presidential terms for Barack Obama and Raul Castro bring new hopes for a thaw.
Will the Cuban government pay a price, or benefit, by finally letting Castro opponents travel?
A countdown begins in Cuba.
As Cuba eases its travel laws, anti-Castro lawmakers look to tighten US rules.
Analysis: Why the island’s internet upgrade won’t bring relief to web-starved Cubans.
The island's halfway capitalism has trapped Cubans between private business and the state economy.
Under a new policy that takes effect Monday, any Cuban with a valid passport will be able to leave the country.
Probably not. While he’s a critic of US policy toward Havana, he’ll have a hard time actually changing anything.
Havana now has a wholesale produce market. Is it here to stay — or just an apparition?
Roast pork: a dish for a country caught between two holidays.
Progress in containing HIV/AIDS masks a threat to the region’s most vulnerable populations, experts say.
As the region’s middle class grows, poverty falls. But who deserves the praise?
As the US contractor rounds off a third year in Cuban prison, Gross’s family takes action against his employer and Washington.
At the outset of Colombian peace talks in Cuba, FARC rebels have called a two-month cease-fire, but the Colombian government vows to continue hunting down the guerrillas. Can Havana help broker peace?
No oil find means no easy way out for the island’s economic woes.
Before hitting the US, the superstorm took a steep toll in the Caribbean.
Fidel Castro didn’t negotiate to avert nuclear war in October 1962. But he got the best deal.