Hugo Chavez's cancer surgery in Cuba a success: report
Chavez reportedly survives "complex" six-hour surgery in Cuba.
Nicolas Maduro named as Chavez's successor as the Venezuelan leader faces cancer surgery
Hugo Chavez has returned to Cuba to undergo more cancer treatment, and has for the first time named a successor.
Venezuela's Chavez returns from Cuba, ready to party (VIDEO)
After a long silence on a cancer recovery trip to Havana, Hugo Chavez is back in Venezuela just as his party gears up for a tough election.
Would Latin America accept Assad?
Analysis: Latin America has a history of being a popular paradise for disgraced foreign despots. Will Syria's Bashar al-Assad be next?
AIDS in Latin America: Epidemic stable, but still deadly
Progress in containing HIV/AIDS masks a threat to the region’s most vulnerable populations, experts say.
For Alan Gross, it’s hard time in Havana
As the US contractor rounds off a third year in Cuban prison, Gross’s family takes action against his employer and Washington.
Chavez travels to Cuba for more cancer treatment
The recently re-elected Venezuelan president needs more care in Cuba six months after radiation therapy there.
Cuba: Colombia’s peacemaker?
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?
Cuba: Outrage, disbelief over latest dissident arrests
Detained blogger Yoani Sanchez's husband fumes to GlobalPost: Cuban government has 'no logic whatsoever ... I want to understand what they're thinking.'
Cuban dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez talks US election
Cuban government will consistently oppose whichever candidate is elected.
Cuba accuses US Havana mission of 'subversive' activities
Cuba's Foreign Ministry hits out at the US.
Cuba: The revolution will not be energized
No oil find means no easy way out for the island’s economic woes.
Sandy's first strike
Before hitting the US, the superstorm took a steep toll in the Caribbean.
Cuba's Santiago without power, water after Hurricane Sandy
Cubans in Santiago, the country's second-largest city, had no power or running water four days after Hurricane Sandy made landfall.
PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy sweeps Caribbean, heads for US
Hurricane Sandy has been blamed in the deaths of at least 21 people in the Caribbean.
How Cuba won the missile crisis (PHOTOS)
Fidel Castro didn’t negotiate to avert nuclear war in October 1962. But he got the best deal.
Photos: Cuban missile crisis turns 50
The world marks the 50th anniversary this month of a deal to end the high-stakes US-USSR standoff that avoided nuclear disaster.
Chatter: Deadly Hurricane Sandy strikes Jamaica, Cuba
Hurricane Sandy spreads life-threatening rains and winds across the Caribbean, Syria may or may not have a ceasefire, and the UK exits recession - for now.
Hurricane Sandy gains force as it heads towards Jamaica, Cuba
Hurricane Sandy is the 10th hurricane this season, and forecasters say it could affect the Northeastern US next week.
Ozzie Guillen fired as Miami Marlins manager after 1 season
Instead of inspiring Marlins' Cuban fanbase, Ozzie Guillen enraged them by praising Castro.
Fidel Castro scoffs at rumors he is dying
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro said he doesn't even suffer from a headache in an article he published in state-media.
Castro suffered stroke, says Venezuelan doctor
Fidel Castro suffered a serious, 'embolic' stroke, according to a Venezuelan physician cited by The Miami Herald.
With new travel rules, most Cubans are free to go. Will they return?
Parsing Raul Castro's migration reform.
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, 9/11 mastermind, accuses US of torture
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed lashed out at the United States during a pre-trial hearing at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
US election: Cuba on the ballot
What’s at stake for US-Cuba relations in the American presidential election?
Cubans will be allowed to leave country without exit permit
Popular reform will allow Cuban passport holders to leave the country without going through strenuous exit permit application process
Cuba defections continue during World Cup soccer qualifying in Canada
Cuba plays Canada in World Cup soccer qualifying with just 11 men; coach admits players left team.
Cuban refugees raft sinks near Cancun, Mexico, killing two (VIDEO)
Cubans say that they were attempting to reach the United States via Mexico when their improvised vessel sank near Isla Mujeres
Cuban Missile Crisis, take 2: BBC reveals secret Russian files
BBC: "The other Cuban missile crisis."
Che Guevara's hand-written Bolivia diary goes digital
Diary dates from 1967 and describes Guevara's attempt to start a peasant revolution in Bolivia's mountains, directly prior to his death
Chavez re-election: The view from Cuba
Analysis: With Hugo Chavez’s victory in oil-rich Venezuela, Cuba had a good day at the polls.