- New York TimesNov 25 02:43 PM
After he negotiated the exchange of a Soviet spy for an American one, Mr. Donovan was sent to Cuba to talk to Fidel Castro about Bay of Pigs prisoners.
- Local 10 MiamiNov 25 03:48 AM
Dr. Rogelio Sopo Barreto was a poet, a psychiatrist and a Cuban Navy officer. He died at an 18th century fortress complex in Havana. Ernesto "Che" Guevara had him executed March 1959, according to the Cuba Archive. His son Edgar Sopo was jailed, survived the ordeal and sought refuge in Miami, where he became a prominent member of the ill fated 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion brigade and a political ...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsNov 19 01:40 PM
Key events in U.S.-Cuba relations:
- Denver PostNov 19 01:04 AM
Key events in U.S.-Cuba relations: THE START: Fidel Castro's rebels take power as dictator Fulgencio Batista flees Cuba on Jan.
- The Christian Science MonitorNov 18 03:42 PM
A first-ever US-Cuba marine protection agreement aims to protect rare species of fish and coral. A harbinger of other 'common good' projects for the two nations?
- NPRNov 13 06:17 AM
Veteran Bay Area rapper re-emerges with snarling Black nationalism on an urgent and aggressive declaration of intent.
- WAFF 48 News HuntsvilleNov 19 02:13 PM
By The Associated Press Key events in U.S.-Cuba relations:
- The Huffington PostNov 23 03:24 AM
Hillary Clinton's speech on ISIS to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) showed clearly what to expect in a Clinton Presidency: more of the same. In her speech, Clinton doubled down on the existing, failed US approach in the Middle East, the one she pursued as Secretary of State. The CIA-led policy in the Middle East works like this. If a regime is deemed to be unfriendly to the US, topple it...
- Seattle TimesNov 15 06:08 AM
Peter Guralnick, biographer of impresario Sam Phillips, said the man who discovered Elvis, Johnny Cash and Howlin’ Wolf believed American music had the power to give voice to all Americans, black and white. Guralnick appears Wednesday, Nov. 18, at Seattle’s Elliott Bay Book Co.
- New York TimesNov 06 02:31 PM
Look for your life: Two Latina writers explore the experience of finding their own way among multiple cultures.