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New York Mourns Cops Who 'Paid the Ultimate Sacrifice'
Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were in their car in Bedford-Stuyvesant when they were were each shot in the head.
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The Early Days of Castro's Cuba
As the U.S. Reopens diplomatic relations with Cuba, a rare and exclusive look back at life on the ground in Cuba during the height of Castro's revolution.
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Holiday Drive Aims Helps Kids Who Crossed Border
During the holiday season, a national group is raising awareness of the numbers of unaccompanied children and teens who crossed the U.S.
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Confiscated Cuba: Land Recovery a Dream for Some
Some Cuban ex-pats and their descendants are hoping that new relations open up the door to reclaiming lost lands.
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Cold War to New Thaw: A History of U.S.-Cuban Relations
The U.S. decision to restore diplomatic and economic ties with Cuba follows decades of tense ties that had recently eased between the two nations.
Pope Francis Hails Cuban Accord as Diplomatic Triumph
Pontiff's remarks came in off-the-cuff address to ambassadors to the Holy See.
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Jubilant Cubans Celebrate Thaw in U.S. Relations
NBC's Mark Potter reports from Havana that Cubans are elated over news of diplomatic thaw between the U.S. and Cuba, feeling it will improve their lives economically and politically.
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Obama Policy Shifts Course In Cuba, Region
The Obama administration has long touted its efforts to achieve a more dynamic and cooperative relationship with its Southern neighbors.
Remaining 'Cuban Five' Agents Return to Havana
Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero and Ramon Labanino were greeted by Cuban President Raul Castro before being reunited with families.
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Obama's Approval Rating Among Latinos Jumps: Poll
Fifty-seven percent now say they approve of the job that Obama is doing, compared to 47 percent who said the same in September.
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Historic Thaw: Obama Scraps 'Outdated Approach' on Cuba
President Barack Obama said he was ending a "a rigid policy that's rooted in events that took place before most of us were born."
U.S.-Cuba Relations Historic Shift Starts with Alan Gross' Return
President Obama announced for the first time in more than 50 years that the U.S. and Cuba are restoring full diplomatic relations.
Cuban-Americans in Little Havana React to Obama Policy Shift
The reversal in U.S.-Cuban relations was welcomed by some who say it will allow them to visit their families in Cuba, while others denounced it.
A Look Back at Cuba's Looming Presence in the Lives of Americans
From the Cold War Era to the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban Missile Crisis, relations between the U.S. and Cuba have been marked by tension and difficulty.
Cubans Hope Change in U.S.-Cuba Relations is Boost to Economy
Crippled by a longstanding embargo, improved relations could mean U.S. investments, a booming cigar market and freer travel between countries.
Alan Gross Release Tied To 'San Lazaro,' Say Some Cubans
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Across Country, Cuban Americans Absorb Historic News
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Kerry Speaks about Gross and Cuba
Secretary of State John Kerry talks about the release of Alan Gross and about the U.S./Cuba policy changes.
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10 Steps Obama Plans to Take to Change Cuba Relations
The Obama administration's attempt to normalize relations with Cuba after decades of a U.S.
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'Glorious Day': Freed American Says It's Good to Be Home
Gross, 65, was detained in 2009 while working as an American government contractor.
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Pope Francis Appeal Was Key in U.S.-Cuba Thaw
U.S. Cuba Thaw Plays Out On Social Media
The historic announcement that the U.S.
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