Packed into a remote corner of a pavilion, just 13 U.S. companies took stands at Cuba's sprawling trade fair this year, in a sign of how firms' interest in doing business on the island has dwindled in the first year of Donald Trump's presidency.
At a time when Venezuela faces an economic crisis, a spiraling crime epidemic and political unrest, Mary Anastasia O'Grady, editor at the Wall Street Journal, says Cuba’s firm grip on power is the reason why the country hasn’t collapsed.
The United States on Friday abruptly warned Americans not to visit Cuba and ordered more than half its Havana embassy personnel to leave the island in a dramatic response to mysterious recent "specific attacks" harming the health of U.S. diplomats.
The United States is crafting a plan for a drawdown of staff from the U.S. embassy in Havana in response to still-unexplained incidents that have harmed the health of some U.S. diplomats there, U.S. and congressional officials said.
Michael Reagan, son of President Ronald Reagan, on how President Trump's agenda can transform his presidency.
President Trump announced a reversal of some of the Obama administration's easing of restrictions on travel and trade with Cuba. Here are the companies doing business there and the potential impact
U.S. President Donald Trump's plan to roll back his predecessor's opening toward Cuba will spare airlines and cruise operators betting on a new revenue source but the rollback could affect them by weakening demand.
Marriott International Inc Chief Executive Arne Sorenson on Thursday urged the Trump administration to improve relations with post-Castro Cuba and recognize tourism as a strategic tool in the effort.
Swiss firm Nestle is close to reaching a deal with Cuba on forming a new joint venture to build a $50 million to $60 million factory to produce coffee, biscuits and cooking products, company Vice President Laurent Freixe said on Tuesday in Havana.
The Trump administration is in the midst "of a full review of all U.S. policies towards Cuba," with a focus on its human rights policies, as part of a commitment to such rights for citizens throughout the world, a White House spokesman said on Friday.
With President-elect Donald Trump set to take office on January 20, many wonder whether the warming U.S.-Cuba relationship will begin to again freeze.
Immigration Expert Elvira Salazar on whether President-elect Donald Trump should take a softer tone toward U.S.-Cuba relations.
'After The Bell' Co-Host David Asman and former Trump Campaign Senior Advisor A.J. Delgado discuss whether Cubans will embrace capitalism after Fidel Castro's death.
Cigar Aficionado Managing Editor David Savona on whether Fidel Castro's death casts doubts on President Barack Obama's effort to restore U.S. relations with Cuba.
Republican President-elect Donald Trump said in a tweet on Monday he would end the United States' "deal" with Cuba if the island nation did not make a better one.
The United States has tentatively approved flights on eight U.S. airlines to Havana as early as this fall, with American Airlines Group Inc receiving the largest share of the limited routes, the U.S. Transportation Department said Thursday.
The United States has approved flights on six U.S. airlines toCuban cities other than Havana, linking the former Cold War foes closer together, the U.S. Transportation Department said in a statement on Friday.
Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro delivered a valedictory speech Tuesday to the Communist Party that he put in power a half-century ago, telling party members he will soon die and exhorting them to help his ideas survive.
HAVANA (AP) The Rolling Stones are gearing up for an historic free concert on Friday in Cuba, where the communist leadership once silenced rock and roll music.
As President Obama makes his historic trip to Cuba amid normalizing relations with the U.S. and the Caribbean country, Alan Gross, a former U.S. subcontractor who was held prisoner in the country for five years, weighs in on the significance of the visit and the shift already seen in Cuban government policies.