Though Castro isn't promising anything.
No one is sure where he is at the moment.
He's landed in Russia, apparently en route to Ecuador.
It was through a foundation for a British architect.
"We've got better things to do.”
Things are not going well at Gitmo.
It's an "Open Letter" to those who dare criticize Jay-Z.
Those travel restrictions do still exist.
Roberto Zurbano says the paper mistranslated his headline, though he stands by the ideas in the piece.
Israel ... and Palau.
A Venezuelan doctor says the former Cuban leader is "very close to a neurovegetative state."
At this point, it's barely noteworthy when this happens.
They left Cuba years before Castro came to power, not after, as Rubio has often claimed.
After all, it's been weeks since the HPV thing.
He did not say when he plans to return to Venezuela.
Of course they are.
Or was Jeffrey Goldberg smoking something special in his Cohiba?