WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An American contractor imprisoned in Cuba has settled a lawsuit in which he accused the company he was working for when he was arrested and the U.S. government with failing to warn him about the risks of working on the communist-controlled island. Full story
An American imprisoned in Cuba settled a lawsuit Thursday against the company he was working for when arrested, a lawsuit that claimed he wasn't properly warned about or prepared for the risks of working in the communist nation. Full story
HAVANA (Reuters) - A seven-member U.S. congressional delegation met on Tuesday with Cuban President Raul Castro, official media reported, to improve relations that have been strained since U.S. government contractor Alan Gross was imprisoned there in 2009. Full story
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba reacted angrily on Wednesday to a U.N. ruling that its imprisonment of American contractor Alan Gross was arbitrary and accused the United States of lying about his health. Full story
U.S. aid contractor Alan Gross and his wife Judy pose for a picture in Jerusalem in the spring of 2005, in this family photograph released on October 23, 2010. Gross, an American contractor imprisoned in Cuba, has settled a lawsuit in which he accused the company he was working for when he was arres
Josefina Vidal, Cuba's director of U.S. Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, addresses the media during a news conference regarding U.S. contractor Alan Gross in Havana on Dec. 5, 2012.
Peter Kornbluh , right, stands with Alan Gross, U.S. contractor jailed in Cuba for crimes against the state and Peter Kornbluh, in a picture taken on Kornbluh's iPhone by a guard during his visit to the prison.
Alan Gross in an undated family photo, left, and in 2012 while imprisoned in Cuba for crimes against the state.