The lede in the New York Times piece was striking in its certainty:

A crisis over a mysterious ailment sickening American diplomats and their families — which began in Cuba and recently appeared in China — has widened as the State Department evacuated at least two more Americans from China on Wednesday.


Recent Articles

Date Title
6/28/18 Trump administration extends ban on lawsuits over confiscated property in Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/28/18 Exile group targets alleged human-rights abusers in Cuba now living in South Florida
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/28/18 Cubans are flocking to Guyana for economic reasons — but there's a twist
Doreen Hemlock, Miami Herald
6/28/18 Senate passes farm bill, setting up food stamp battle with the House
Catherine Boudreau and Liz Crampton, Politico
6/27/18 Senate farm bill stalled by Rubio's Cuba crusade
Liz Crampton and Catherine Boudreau, Politico
6/26/18 United States urges Cuba to release two 'prisoners of conscience'
Reuters
6/25/18 Russian oil bought by PDVSA for Cuba discharges in the Caribbean -data
Reuters
6/25/18 Cuba courts new mining investment, but can it compete?
Heidi Vella, Mining Technology
6/21/18 Cuba loosens grip on media, allows for more independent reporting
Andrea Rodriguez, Christian Science Monitor
6/20/18 These Americans suffered severe neurological disorders in Cuba. Now they have a lawyer.
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/19/18 Cubans on the island want to talk to you about refilling their phone minutes
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
6/18/18 Havana could see cruise arrivals triple as Cuba's tourism boom continues
Claire Boobbyer, The Telegraph
6/17/18 Reaction mixed on first anniversary of Trump's Cuba policy
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/14/18 US renews call for Cuba to probe cause of health ‘attacks’
Matthew Lee, Boston Magazine
6/14/18 Has President Trump's year-old Cuba policy helped the Cuban people?
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/14/18 Trump is willing to negotiate with North Korea — but not Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/14/18 Rubio's Hypocrisy On Trump, North Korea – Call It Rubiocrisy – Is Bad For Latin America
Tim Padgett, WLRN
6/13/18 U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission to meet for first time since U.S. withdrew embassy personnel
Carmen Sesin, NBC News
6/13/18 Pennsylvania businesses join effort to loosen Cuba trade restrictions
Benjamin Mikek, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
6/13/18 Trump’s tougher Cuba policy having little impact on Tampa area
Paul Guzzo, Tampa Bay Times
6/13/18 The Trump-Rubio politics of hypocrisy: Cuba, no deal. North Korea? 'Has great beaches.'
Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald
6/12/18 Did he try to smuggle $33,000 in electronics to Cuba? The question is in federal court
David Goodhue, Miami Herald
6/12/18 Rick Scott, vocal Cuba deal critic, mostly mum on North Korea deal
Gray Rohrer, Orlando Sentinel
6/12/18 Current Record
6/11/18 Video: Two Venezuelans beaten at Cuba airport for refusing to leave their luggage behind
Monique O. Madan and Sonia Osorio, Miami Herald
6/11/18 US pulls two more from Cuba amid puzzling health cases now affecting China
Beth Mole, ARS Technica
6/10/18 Cuba says it can't uncover cause of 'sonic attacks' on US diplomats
Alessia Grunberger, CNN
6/7/18 Black boxes in fiery Cuban airline crash being analyzed in Washington
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/7/18 If you send packages to relatives or friends in Cuba, goods could get confiscated
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
6/7/18 The U.S. Is Still Clueless About the Creepy 'Sonic' Attacks in China and Cuba
Joe Pappalardo, Popular Mechanics
6/6/18 In sign of tougher policy shift, Trump appoints Cuba 'hardliner' to lead Radio and TV Martí
Marc Caputo, Politico
6/6/18 Why African-American Doctors Are Choosing to Study Medicine in Cuba
Anakwa Dwamena, The New Yorker
6/6/18 A Medical Mystery Grows as U.S. Consulate Workers in China Fall Ill
Steven Lee Myers and Jane Perlez, New York Times
6/6/18 Google and Cuba close to finalizing agreement to expand internet access on the island
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/5/18 U.S. sets up task force to investigate diplomatic health incidents in Cuba and China
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/4/18 Cuba's new president meets with US senator, Google exec
AP, The News & Observer
6/3/18 Cuba ‘sonic attack’ conspiracy theories and flawed science
The Guardian
6/3/18 Cuba to begin constitutional reforms to formalise ''opening-up'
BBC
6/3/18 U.S., Cuba decide to make direct mail service permanent
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/3/18 Cuba raises death toll from Storm Alberto to seven, two missing
Reuters