JetBlue Airways seems pretty eager to fly from Boston to Cuba.

For the third time in about a year, the top airline carrier at Logan International Airport is pressing the federal government for permission to run a direct flight between Boston and Havana. After being rebuffed twice before, JetBlue is trying to seize on the cancellation of flights to Cuba by two other carriers to finally get a Boston route approved by the US Department of Transportation.



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Date Title
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Hugo Martin, Los Angeles Times
4/30/17 Cuban plane crashes, kills 8 troops on board, military says
AP, CBS News
4/30/17 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen to retire from Congress
Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald
4/30/17 Cuban activists fighting racism weigh their fragile relationship with the government
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/27/17 Want to Improve Border Security? Seek Better Relations with Cuba
Ted Piccone, The National Interest
4/26/17 Cuba weathers storm in Venezuela but future looks uncertain
Michael Weissenstein, Fox News
4/26/17 Google Global Cache is now available in Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/26/17 Fast-track drilling for Cuba envisioned
Daniel J. Graeber, UPI
4/26/17 Cuban sugar burns to recapture sweet smell of success
Hector Velasco, YAHOO News
4/24/17 Engagement with Cuba Is a Bipartisan Issue
William M. Leogrande, Huffington Post
4/24/17 Growth returns to Caribbean Basin, but recovery is uneven
Jacqueline Charles and Mimi Whitefield
4/24/17 Current Record
4/23/17 Cuba's slick TV channel that supports 'more revolution'
Will Grant, BBC
4/22/17 Statement Upon the Death of Rolando Castañeda Files
4/20/17 Cockfighting in Cuba: clandestine venues, state arenas
Sarah Marsh and Alexandre Meneghini, Reuters
4/20/17 Trump and Cuba should start dialogue: Mississippi governor says
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
4/20/17 Retired military leaders urge Trump to engage with Cuba
Ellen Mitchell, The Hill
4/19/17 Andrew Otazo Gives Talk on the Cuban Economy at Harvard Law School
4/19/17 Cuba and the Art of the Deal
William M. Leogrande and Marguerite Rose Jímenez, The American Conservative
4/19/17 Cuba cautions against foreign meddling in Venezuela's crisis
AP, ABC News
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Marc Frank, Reuters
4/16/17 In Cuba, a battle against racism persists, activists say
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/16/17 Spirit becomes third U.S. airline to call it quits in Cuba
Ben Mutzabaugh , USA Today
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Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
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Deepa Fernandes, PRI
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NBC News
4/11/17 Watering down a revolution: Cuba's struggle for water
Sanne Derks, Al Jazeera
4/10/17 UN expert probes human trafficking in Cuba in milestone trip
AP, Washington Post
4/9/17 Cuba's Premium Gas Shortage Leaves Diplomats Stuck
Reuters, Newsweek
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Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
4/5/17 Soccer beginning to gain foothold in Cuba
Tim Wendel, USA Todat
4/5/17 Cuban migrants stranded in Mexico border city may be granted political asylum
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/4/17 Norwegian Cruise Line announces 33 Miami-to-Cuba trips for 2018 cruise season
Emon Reiser, South Florida Business Journal
4/4/17 Trump administration continues to issue OFAC licenses authorizing business with Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/3/17 Cuban uses condoms, tropical fruit to make own brand of wine
Andrea Rodriguez, New York Times
4/2/17 What the tourist industry reveals about Cuba
The Economist
4/2/17 Evo Morales undergoes successful throat surgery in Cuba
AP, ABC News
4/2/17 Improvisation Is the Heart of Cuban Animation
Monica Castillo, New York Times