Videos show Cubans building ‘The Winner’ before voyage to Florida Keys
More and more Cubans are risking their lives at sea to get to the United States. Michael Bustamante, a historian at the University of Miami, and Andy Gomez, an expert on post-Fidel Castro Cuba, said there is an ongoing immigration crisis that is going largely ignored.
Firefighters subdue deadly blaze at key oil facility in Cuba
Cuba authorities say a deadly fire that has consumed at least half of a large oil storage facility in western Cuba and threatens to bring more power failures to the island's already fragile electric system has been largely controlled after nearly five days.
Violent crackdown in Cuba: Soldiers leave ‘pool of blood’ during arrest in Cárdenas, activist says
Vito LaNave said his friend in Cuba was panicking. The South Florida resident said his friend in Havana sent him text messages asking him to tell friends in Miami that Cuban police officers were arresting, beating, and killing unarmed civilians.