Banning Flights To Cuba Could Hurt NJ's Economy, Official SaysTransportation Committee Chairman Wisniewski said getting Chesimard to NJ should be priority, but no Cuban flights could hurt the economy.
Christie Wants To Block Flights Between Cuba, NJ Until Fugitive Cop Killer ReturnedThe Republican governor sent a letter Tuesday to Port Authority Chairman John Degnan and urged the authority to reject any regular flight routes between Newark and Cuba.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Cuban President Raul Castro Talk Economic Ties In NYCCuomo and Castro met Friday afternoon at the Cuban mission to the United Nations in New York City.
Pope Francis Meets With Castros, Dissidents In CubaPope Francis on Monday began his historic tour of Cuba, before he heads to the U.S. later this week.
Pope Francis Meets With Fidel Castro, Celebrates Mass In HavanaBelievers and non-believers alike streamed into the square before dawn for Francis' Mass.
Pope Francis In Cuba, Praises US-Cuba Detente As Model For WorldPope Francis has arrived in Cuba, starting a 10-day pilgrimage that will also take him to the United States.
PHOTOS: Pope Francis In CubaPope Francis landed in Havana , where he was greeted by Cuban President Raul Castro.
Observers: Pope Francis' Cuban Trip Is SignificantThe pope will arrive as a broker of renewed diplomatic relations between the U.S. and the island nation.
American Flag Raised Over U.S. Embassy In Cuba; Sen. Menendez Calls It 'Shameful'The Stars and Stripes rose Friday over the newly opened U.S. Embassy for the first time in 54 years, making a symbolically charged victory lap for the Obama administration's new policy of engagement with Cuba.
New Era Begins As Cuba Raises Flag At Embassy In USCuba's blue, red and white-starred flag was hoisted Monday at the country's embassy in Washington in a symbolic move signaling the start of a new post-Cold War era in U.S.-Cuba relations.
Obama Announces Agreement With Cuba To Reopen EmbassiesThe U.S. Embassy in Cuba was shuttered in 1961.
Cosmos Beat Cuba In Historic Havana MatchThe New York club was the first professional U.S. soccer team to play in Cuba since the now-defunct Chicago Sting visited in 1978.