U.S.-backed democracy programs in Cuba are improved and operating, advocates say, despite delays and setbacks.
Alleged terrorist Noor Uthman Muhammed is sentenced to 14 years. But he will be released after 34 months if he provides testimony that can be used for future commissions and trials.
On the first day of his military commission trial in Guantanamo Bay, alleged al Qaeda terrorist Noor Uthman Muhammed pleads guilty to avoid life imprisonment.
U.S. aid is controversial in Cuba, where authorities see the programs as an attempt at regime change. As proof, they cite the case of Alan Gross, a development worker who was detained in Cuba one year ago and accused of distributing illegal satellite communication gear.
U.S. government pro-democracy programs in Cuba are facing antagonism from authorities who see the programs as an attempt at regime change.
U.S. government aid aimed at helping dissidents and boosting democracy in Cuba is in the spotlight as contractor Alan Gross marks one year in a Cuban prison.
For the first time in decades, scientists from Cuba and the US are officially collaborating on Gulf of Mexico research. Lygia Navarro reports from Sarasota, Florida.
Gitmo’s environmental director grew up on the base and came back to protect the wildlife he loved as a kid.
On land at Gitmo, scientists study animals thriving in protected areas.
Gitmo is a mecca for marine biologists who hear about southern Cuba’s pristine marine ecosystems, but can’t go there to conduct research.
Despite the continued detentions, Gitmo is trying to make its mark in another way: with environmental preservation.
Cuba's government meets infrastructural dilapidation and lagging productivity with "great calm," considering updates and revisions to the socialist model.