Long before the rise of fake Facebook news, stories by The New York Times' Herbert Matthews portrayed Fidel as a genial democrat.
Prime minister's positive tone on Castro's legacy sparks puzzlement, derision.
Exiles take to the streets to rejoice at the dictator's death at 90.
The Cuban revolutionary leader could never accept why bilateral relations should be held hostage to his policies in the Third World.
Cuban leader receives plaudits from Russia, China, Venezuela.
The GOP nominee and his surrogates have tried to undermine Newsweek's cover story, which shows how one of Trump's companies violated the Cuban trade embargo. They have left all the facts unchallenged.
Cuba hosts celebrations to honor the now-reclusive founder of the communist government.
Because of his weakened health, Castro said it might be the last time he addressed Communist Party officials.
Will the president meet real dissidents, including the Women in White? Or is it just a photo op?
126 political prisoners who have spent 1,945 years in Cuban jails tell Obama he made a "regrettable mistake."
Danilo Maldonado Machado, known as "El Sexto," is a Cuban artist and former prisoner of conscience.
In the past year there have been a historically high number of political arrests, more than 8,000.
Analysts say Raúl Castro's address at the U.N. on Monday was yet another sign that the two countries were moving toward closer relations.
Raul Castro told Barack Obama on Friday that Washington should totally lift its economic embargo.
The regulations, to be announced as soon as Friday, include allowing U.S. companies to establish subsidiaries with Cuba.
The 78-year-old Argentine pope had been practicing over the summer, but is still not comfortable speaking in English.
The presidential briefings will cover what the spy agency told JFK and LBJ about foreign crises and leaders.