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.
Yoani Sanchez, Cuban opposition blogger, is released
Dissident blogger spent 30 hours behind bars in Cuba.
Dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez jailed in Cuba
Dissident blogger Yoani Sanchez had been attending a trial for the man charged in another dissident's death.
What Venezuela’s election means for Washington
Is Hugo Chavez still as relevant as he believes to a US government that has edged away from the policies of Bush?
Omar Khadr, Guantanamo detainee, heads back to Canada
Omar Khadr is the last Western prisoner to be returned to his native country from Cuba.
US Election: What if Cuba could vote?
Most Cubans want to re-elect Obama to lift the trade embargo, but some think he's a communist.
Guantanamo Bay prisoners' cleared for release have their names made public
55 Guantanamo Bay prisoners' names have been released at the request of human rights organizations representing them.
Yunel Escobar's homophobic slur nets 3-game suspension
Toronto Blue Jays' Yunel Escobar wore homophobic slur on his face during game.
Adnan Farhan Abdul Latif: Dead Guantanamo Bay prisoner identified
A prisoner found dead over the weekend at the US military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was identified as Adnan Farhan Abdul Latif, 32, of Yemen.
Guantanamo detainee found dead
The cause of death is unknown.
Carlos Acosta's Cuban renovation
With a plan to restore an abandoned Havana dance school, a Cuban ballet star leaps into a bitter legacy.
How to win the hearts and minds of Hispanic voters, an expert weighs in (Q&A)
GlobalPost speaks to Tufts political ethnicity and identity scholar Deborah Schildkraut about keys to winning the Latino vote in 2012.
Entrepreneurial vibes are stirring in Havana (SLIDESHOW)
Small, non-state businesses have sprouted up in Cuba's cities thanks to new reforms.
Cuba reform (INFOGRAPHIC)
A snapshot of Cuba's economy and reforms.
Cuba rejiggers its creaky economy
The Communist island loosens up a little. Here’s why.
Cuba: To get rich is inglorious
Despite Raul Castro’s market ‘updates,’ making money is still viewed with suspicion.
Cuba cholera outbreak over
Cuba's government declared Tuesday that health workers had eradicated a cholera outbreak that infected 417 people and killed three.
Colombia's government and FARC agree to hold peace talks
Government officials and the country's largest leftist guerrilla group have agreed to start a process to end a half century of fighting.
Diana Nyad begins new attempt to swim from Havana, Cuba, to Florida
Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad has begun her fourth attempt to swim from Havana, Cuba, to the US Florida Keys.
Fidel Castro celebrates his 86th birthday with little fanfare (PHOTOS)
Fidel Castro, Cuba's revolutionary former leader, has been out of the public eye for 2 months.
London 2012: the medalists of Latin America
Latin American countries slowly grow their Olympic medal haul.
In Cuba, a political mission gone wrong
European activists trying to support Cuban dissidents end up helping Castro government, in the aftermath of the Oswaldo Paya crash.
Oswaldo Paya: Cuba charges Angel Carromero over activist's death
Cuba has charged Spanish activist Angel Carromero over the death of dissident Oswaldo Paya.
Cuba: When bureaucrats attack
The abrupt closing of a popular Havana business tests Raul Castro reforms.