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Activists defy Castro government, but few follow.
The US is watching closely as Cuba prepares to exploit deep-water reserves.
Cubans will be allowed to buy and sell homes for the first time in 50 years.
A film about two boys — one rich, one poor — is really striking a chord on the socialist island.
Cuba is close to recognizing civil unions for same-sex couples.
Cuba depends on Venezuela for billions of dollars in subsidies that could disappear if Chavez doesn't recover.
Debates about Cuba's earthly problems are taking place in an unlikely forum.
Cuba, the least connected country in the hemisphere, awaits high-speed internet.
As soon as the government eases up its controls, company managers tend to start cooking the books.
Cuba’s Communists set to tweak the island's socialist system at historic gathering.
Ex-president reminds why he could be a fix-it man in Havana.
US subcontractor gets 15-year jail term in Cuba. Can Washington spring him?
In a special TV broadcast, Cuba discloses that "Agent Emilio" spent 10 years posing as an opposition journalist.
Cuba is worried the US will use the internet to foment uprising on the island.
Entrepreneurs may be buying flour on the black market, causing shortages.
Analysis: Obama relaxes rules, though further improvements unlikely for US-Cuba relations.
Cuba is turning a tidy profit on other nations' crude oil.
Cuba's new economic reforms bring out the DVD bootleggers.
Changes include more investment, ending ration system and liberalizing real estate market.
What a little music and dance can't fix.