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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and other officials pressed the White House on Thursday to support efforts to preserve internet service to antigovernment protesters in Cuba, even advocating the use of giant balloons as floating Wi-Fi hotspots to allow images of dissent to stream unabated from the authoritarian nation.

PHILADELPHIA — Fact and fiction become partners in "The Devil May Dance," a new novel by Philly's Jake Tapper that the CNN anchor set in the Rat Pack world of early 1960s Hollywood. In the sequel to Tapper's 2018 bestseller, "The Hellfire Club," the fictional New York congressman Charlie Marder and his zoologist wife, Margaret, find themselves on the West Coast, mixing it up with Frank ...

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While Joe Biden was part of an administration that reestablished diplomatic ties with Cuba, loosened travel restrictions and made it easier fo…

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The number of tourists and Cuban Americans visiting Cuba fell almost 20% in January compared to the same period last year, according to official figures published Thursday by the National Bureau of Statistics and Information. The most drastic fall in the figures was in the case of American visitors, which dropped almost 70%. During the first month of the year, the island received 95,856 fewer ...

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The Americans are favored to finish atop the medal standings. The U.S. roster includes 321 men and 325 women. During the 17-day event, the team will compete in 36 sports — all of them except for baseball, bodybuilding and soccer. Brazil, Canada and Cuba are also among top medal contenders.

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