Cuban Missile Crisis News
FULL TEXT: Hillary Clinton’s Historic 2016 Democratic National Convention Speech
Below is the full text of Hillary Clinton ’s speech to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, July 28, 2016. Thank you! Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you all so much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you all very, very much. Thank you for that amazing welcome. Thank you all for the
Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention: 'We Are Stronger Together'
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Text of Hillary Clinton's Democratic Convention Speech
Text of Hillary Clinton's speech Thursday accepting the presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, as provided by the Clinton campaign
ARCHIVE VIDEO: Fidel Castro and Barbara Walters Reflect on Cuban Missile Crisis in 2002.
Oct. 11, 2002: Forty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis, Walters asks Castro to describe his communications with the Soviet Union's Khrushchev leading up to the crisis.
President Obama: Cuban President Raul Castro Wants Change
The commander in chief discussed his talks with Cuba's leader in an exclusive interview with ABC News' David Muir.
Historic Day in Cuba : President Obama and President Castro Shake Hands
Good evening tonight from Havana where we witnessed an historic moment today President Obama standing side by side we've Cuban president Raul Castro. Saying the United States and Cuba are no longer enemies a thaw decades after the Cold War ended. But there were tense moments here today the two
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.
Unprecedented CIA Release of Presidential Daily Briefs From 1960s
The first mention of what would develop into the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962 began as a footnote in the Aug. 4 edition of what would eventually be known as the President’s Daily Brief. “Eleven soviet merchant ships are on their way to Havana and we strongly suspect they are carrying arms,”
American Flag Flying Over Cuba Once Again
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry officially reopens the American embassy in Havana, Cuba.
Obama Pitches Iran Deal at American University
President Obama addresses crowd at American University in an effort to sell the Iran nuclear deal to America.