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Presidents Obama, Castro Meet in Cuba for Historic Visit
President Obama is the first sitting American president to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge in 1922.
American Flag Flying Over Cuba Once Again
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry officially reopens the American embassy in Havana, Cuba.
Everyday Cubans Greet US Detente With Open Arms
Plying the streets of Havana this past week, most ordinary Cubans like state-employed waitress Yileivi Cruz seemed to support détente with the United States. Taxi drivers, street venders, bar tenders and shoppers expressed delight when asked about the thaw. “To tell you the truth, I never thought I
Obama: US Beginning to 'Normalize' Cuban Relationship
The president remarks on major changes to U.S.-Cuba relations and the release of prisoner Alan Gross.
Memorial for CIA's Fallen Marks Somber 40-Year Anniversary
Last May Kate Quigley sat in the lobby of the CIA headquarters and stared at a star freshly carved out of a marble slab on the wall. The star was hammered out of the stone of the Agency’s Memorial Wall in honor of Quigley’s brother,...
Excerpt: Elizabeth Drew’s ‘Washington Journal’
SEE ELIZABETH DREW TOMORROW ON "THIS WEEK." Check out what time “This Week” airs in your area. Excerpted from WASHINGTON JOURNAL: REPORTING WATERGATE AND RICHARD NIXON’S DOWNFALL by Elizabeth Drew, by arrangement with The Overlook Press. Copyright © Elizabeth Drew 2014. AFTERWORD “A man is not
Presidential Handshakes Can Change History or Change Nothing at All
President Obama caused a stir at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela by pausing to shake hands with Cuban President Raul Castro. The United States has not had diplomatic relations with Cuba for over 50 years since the Communist revolution, led by the current president's brother, Fidel Castro.
5 Headlines That Would Have Been If JFK Lived
Alternate History Theorists Wonder What Could Have Been if Kennedy Had Survived
The Top 5 John F . Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories
The fifty years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy have done little to quell the public's interest or skepticism about who killed the president. In 1964, a year after the president's death, the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, better known as the Warren