Fidel Castro Videos
Who is Raul Castro?
Raul Castro has led Cuba since his brother Fidel Castro transferred power to him in 2006.
A look back at Raul Castro's time in office
A timeline of the Cuban leader's biggest moments, from taking over from his brother Fidel Castro to working with President Obama.
JFK assassination investigation files released
The documents released by the National Archives include memos about Communist sympathizers and Hoover's frustration over Oswald's death.
Trump blocks release of some JFK assassination files
Some records were withheld due to national security concerns, according to a memo from President Trump, while more than 2,800 previously classified or redacted records were released by the National Archives.
Nov. 2, 1992: Gloria Estefan calls her music 'poetic justice'
Estefan talks about the importance of having her music mean something to her listeners.
Emmy-winning TV journalist Gabe Pressman dies at 93
Gabe Pressman, an intrepid, Emmy-winning journalist who still relished going to work at the age of 93, died in his sleep early Friday at a Manhattan hospital.
President Trump announces changes to Obama's Cuba policy
And good afternoon the president president crop and the vice president of traveling along with him are in. Miami Florida at this moment they flew there earlier today were the president. That's going to be announcing. The new US policy toward Cuba including some. Major changes in the travel policy
Oct. 11, 2002: Jimmy Carter wins the Nobel peace prize
Was a great day for Jimmy Carter. The former president heard early this morning that he had won the Nobel Peace Prize. Mr. Carter was president from 1977. To 1981 he is the least popular president in the period after World War II. In the mid 1990s. On the other hand he was occasionally introduced
2016 Summarized in Two Parody Videos
Between Brexit and a plethora of celebrity deaths, it wasn't hard to find the bad in 2016.
Remembering the News Makers We Lost in 2016: Part 5
Remembering astronaut John Glenn, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Cuban Leader Fidel Castro and Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel.