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U.S., Cuba push to finalize talks on re-establishing...

American and Cuban officials are trying to complete talks to re-establish embassies in each other's capitals after a half-century interruption.

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Trade bill clears Senate hurdle

A free trade initiative that is pitting President Barack Obama against his own party cleared a major procedural hurdle in the Republican-controlled Senate on Thursday.

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Cuba finds business with U.S. bank

Cuba has established a banking relationship in the U.S., clearing another major obstacle to the countries re-establishing diplomatic relations.

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Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera moves closer to U.S....

Florida Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera is taking steps that could help him run for the seat now held by U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.

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Raul Castro says Cuba, U.S. will name ambassadors soon

President Raul Castro says Cuba and the U.S. will name ambassadors to one another's countries as soon as the island is removed from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism later this month.

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Company gets permission to start ferry service to Cuba

Miami-based Baja Ferries USA is one of three local companies that have been given permission to start a ferry service to Cuba.

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Raul Castro to visit Pope Francis in Vatican City

Cuban President Raul Castro will have a private audience with Pope Francis on Sunday at the Vatican.

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Fla. legislators push bills tied to private jobs

During the recently-concluded legislative session, Senate President Andy Gardiner constantly warned about the threat to the state's hospitals if they were to lose more than $1 billion that now comes from the federal government.

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Florida House to court: Ending session early is legal

The Florida House is telling the state's highest court that it had the power to abruptly adjourn earlier this week.

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Revenge porn bill passed in Florida Senate

The Florida Senate has passed legislation that would making revenge porn a crime and provide stiff penalties for violators.

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