Wednesday Apr 9
Was 'Cuban Twitter' program political or not?
The Obama administration is looking into whether a "Cuban Twitter" program secretly backed by the U.S. government contained messages that were political in nature, despite assertions from the administration that the effort was intended only to increase the flow of information in a country that heavily restricts Internet access.
My FOX Chicago
'Cuban Twitter' _overtly political, poking Castros
Draft messages produced for a Twitter-like network that the U.S. government secretly built in Cuba were overtly political and poked fun at the Castro brothers, documents obtained by The Associated Press show.
Study: U.S. travelers to Cuba continues to rise
The number of U.S. visitors to Cuba continues to rise, even as the more than five-decade long embargo remains firmly in place, according to study released Monday.
'Cuban Twitter' a new hurdle for bloggers, exiles
In this Oct. 20, 2013, file photo, Yoani Sanchez, a dissident blogger from Havana, Cuba, talks about the difficulties of practicing her brand of news gathering during a session at the 69th Annual General Assembly of the Inter American Press Association in Denver.
US, Cuba boxers renew old rivalry in Havana
A New York Fire Department spokesman says three of five people pulled from a vehicle submerged in a New York City creek have died, and one remains critically injured.
My FOX Chicago
Cuba's official media abuzz over 'secret Twitter'
Revelations of a secret U.S. government program to set up a cellphone-based social network in Cuba are being trumpeted in the island's official media as proof of Havana's repeated allegations that Washington is waging a "cyber-war" to try to stir up unrest.
WHBF-TV Rock Island
Cuban lawmakers on Saturday approved a law aimed at making Cuba more attractive to foreign investors, a measure seen as vital for the island's struggling economy.