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President Obama Shows Optimism On Historic Trip To Cuba

President Obama has become the first sitting president to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge in 1928. The historic visit symbolizes the first tentative openings between Cuba and the United States since the Cold War. Having an American president in Cuba for the first time in almost nine decades demonstrates the thawing of a half-century of […]

United States and Cuba Reach Agreement for Diplomatic Relations

Cuba and the U.S. reached an agreement that will restore full diplomatic relations and will reopen embassies in both countries, said a senior White House officials on Tuesday. This is the biggest step towards ending more than 50 years of disaccord between the two nations. On Wednesday, President Obama will tell the U.S. of his […]

President Obama Says Talks Were Fruitful and Candid with Raul Castro

United States President Barack Obama arrived back in the U.S. late Saturday just a few hours after having a face to face historic meeting with Raul Castro the President of Cuba and a first meeting ever with Nicolas Maduro the President of Venezuela. The historic meetings took place in Panama during the Summit of the […]

Bergdahl Release Always Sought Says Clinton

In her book that will be released on Tuesday June 10, Hillary Clinton wrote that the White House administration demanded that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl be released in each discussion ever held with leaders of the Taliban about prisoners. The former U.S. Secretary of State said that she recommended that President Obama end the U.S. embargo […]

Advocacy Group: Change Policy on Cuba Mr. President

An advocacy group has called for the U.S. to change its decade‚Äôs long policy toward the Caribbean nation of Cuba. On Monday, it launched a campaign on television and had posters on the metro system in Washington, D.C. that showed President Obama and urged him to stop putting off the changes. The ads on the […]