Alabamians killed in the Bay of Pigs invasion are remembered
They stood by Lt. Thomas "Pete" Ray's grave as 21 rifles were fired in salute. The solemn notes of "Taps" brought tears to the eyes of the veterans.
Venezuelan Vice President: Communist Cubans 'Here to Stay'
Vice President Jorge Arreaza announced yesterday that the communist Cuban government was "here to stay" in Venezuela: "to raise a flag against the Cuban Revolution... is an insult to the wellbeing of the Venezuelan people," Arreaza claimed, as opposition leaders fight the increased colonization of their country by the Castro regime.
WINK-TV Fort Myers
2nd delay in Fla. trial of Cuba hijacker
A federal judge has granted a second delay in the trial of an American who hijacked an airliner to Cuba 30 years ago but decided to return voluntarily.
Poncho Sanchez at the Jazz Kitchen
For nearly 40 years Poncho Sanchez has been keeping the flame of soulful Latin Jazz alive.
Meet the Latin music revitalizers of New York
But since the release of his Pedrito Martinez Group album late last year, he has turned into a recognizable New York City frontman, too.
Does The Associated Press provide "full-disclosure" of it's interviewees?
This afternoon the AP quickly cranked out a follow-up to it's blockbuster Cuba-Twitter story.
Caribbean News Now!
Letter: Should America take a page from the Russians' book and grab Cuba?
Dear Sir: I can understand the Russians feeling threatened, deeply worried about a European and US threat to Russia's naval base in the Crimea.
The New York Times—still Shilling for Communists
'Everyone knows that the Cubans control military intelligence and police intelligence.