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Ending the economic blockade of Cuba will help the people of Cuba who have suffered enough and will be a boon to American business, believes Paul Giorgio.
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More people are expected to take automobile trips of 50 miles or more between Saturday and Jan. 1, contributing to half a million more people than last year who will travel during the holiday season.
In September, Zamboanga City in the Philippines was ravaged by an armed conflict between the Moro National Liberation Front and the local government.
A brief, but major shift in the weather pattern will send warm air northward and will produce a zone of heavy rain in a large part of the eastern half of the nation this weekend.
The government has asked all US Consulate personnel and their families to turn in their ID cards immediately which will "now be downgraded on par with with what the US provides to our Consulates there", sources said.
The cruise ship LV Louis Cristal set sail from Havana on Monday on the first of its round-the-island trips, marking yet another effort to establish Cuba as an attractive and profitable cruise industry destination.
A 71-year-old Florida investment adviser and onetime Oregon gubernatorial candidate cried as he apologized Monday before being sentenced to six years in prison in a $13 million securities fraud scheme that prosecutors say capitalized on enthusiasm for shares of Facebook and other Internet companies about to go public.
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The United States has canceled aid to Ecuador worth $32 million over the coming years after long-running disputes with the government of socialist President Rafael Correa, according to U.S. officials.
A new study suggests that residents in famously car-obsessed Los Angeles may be willing to rely more on subways and light rail.
Global superstar Miley Cyrus will unveil the highly anticipated Las Vegas return of Beacher's Madhouse on Friday, December 27 at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.
In surveying the year at the movies, the topography is rich. From the dusty, dying towns of "Nebraska" to the rooftop Roman parties in "The Great Beauty" to the sleek future Los Angeles of "Her," 2013 has been a trip.
The next big challenge for the nation's health care law may be sticker shock, when consumers find they're still paying high medical bills after buying low-cost insurance for the first time.
Stony Brook University student, Amy Chui, of Manhattan, takes the non-stop 7 Bus service right from the academic mall to New York City as an alternative to the trains that leave from the LIRR station on the edge of campus.
New York: Santa, it seemed, was difficult to escape in parts of the snow-coated city.