Cuba has a new president – and for the first time in six decades, his last name is not Castro, and now Cuba must sort out the lines of authority between party and state, William M. LeoGrande explains in The Conversation.
A 57-year-old bureaucrat replaced Raul Castro as the president of Cuba on Thursday.
Philip Peters, Cuba Research Center president, provides perspective to President Trump's proposed plan to restrict business relations in Cuba.
Cuban President Raul Castro said he will step down from power after his second term ends in 2018.
The Trump administration is nearing completion of a policy review to determine how far it goes in rolling back former President Barack Obama's engagement with Cuba.
Cuba has suggested that its famous rum serves as a means of paying back Cold War-era debt.
Diego Moya-Ocampos, Latin American analyst at IHS, discusses what the death of Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro means for the communist country.
John Kavulich, Former President, Senior Policy Advisor, U.S. Cuba Trade & Economic Council, discusses what impact, if any, Fidel Castro's death will have on the U.S.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on whether the election of Donald Trump will change America's policy toward the island nation. And Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on traveling there.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks to Cubans about what happens in their country now.
In Havana, workers are busy preparing the city's Revolution Plaza for two days of tributes to the late Fidel Castro. NBC's Jim Gray reports.
Trump Chief of Staff Reince Priebus says the president-elect could reverse the U.S. opening to Cuba unless Havana changes its approach.
Fidel Castro, who led a rebel army to improbable victory in Cuba, embraced communism and defied 10 U.S. presidents, has died at age 90.
Fidel Castro's life was synonymous with Cuban history. Here are some key moments.
Highly-skilled workers are leaving the public sector for new, better financial opportunities.
Fidel Castro thanked Cubans for their tributes to mark his 90th birthday, and the iconic leftist revolutionary also lambasted his old foe, the U.S.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Cuba after President Obama's speech about the normalization between the U.S. and Cuba.
President Barack Obama speaks in Cuba about the governments and societies of the two countries and how even through their differences, they still share a great deal.
As the United States and Cuba start to normalize relations, traders picked stocks that could benefit from business on the island.
President Obama said that the two countries had enough in common to negotiate a slow warming of relations, NBC News reports.