December 3, 2013

Obama Thaws U.S.-Cuba Relations

DeWayne Wickham, USA Today

The Associated Press

In little noticed speeches given last month, President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry cryptically acknowledged the need for a new approach to Cuba, a country the U.S. has -- literally and figuratively -- waged war with for over a half-century.

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