Cubans On Opening Day MLB Rosters Rise To 23The only Cuban on the Tigers roster is shortstop José Iglesias.
Angry Fan Throws Beer Can Into Rays' Dugout In Cuba ProtestA man apparently angered by the Tampa Bay Rays' recent trip to Cuba made his way onto the field and threw a full can of beer into the team's dugout Saturday night during a spring training game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Commercial Travel To Cuba Will Be Reality For First Time In 50 YearsThe deal was signed Tuesday clearing the way for dozens of daily new flights as early as this fall.
Michigan Matters: U.S. Restores Diplomatic Ties With CubaCounty Executives L. Brooks Patterson, Warren Evans and Mark Hackel join Carol on the roundtable, then Ken Rogers of Automation Alley, Dana McAllister of the Cuban Chamber of Commerce and Noel Nevshehir and Automation Alley discuss U.S. diplomatic ties restored with Cuba.
Care For Those On The Margins: Detroit Archbishop Meeting Pope In D.C.While in D.C. the Archbishop says the pope will address some important themes.
Pope's Climate-Change Stand Deepens Conservatives' DistrustConservative distrust of Pope Francis, which has been building in the U.S. throughout his pontificate, is reaching a boiling point over his plan to urge action on climate change.
Top Ten Stories Of 2014The disappearance of a plane carrying hundreds, the fall of an iconic comedian, and the rise of a brutal terror group are just some of the biggest news stories of the year. Here are CBS Local's top ten news stories of 2014.
Traveling To Cuba: What You Need To KnowTravel to Cuba from America has been expanded upon due to a new presidential policy. Find out how this foreign policy shift will effect future travel.
60K Classic American Cars In Cuba — But It's Hardly A Dream CruiseThe potential normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba has attracted the interest of auto enthusiasts — because of the large number of vintage American vehicles on the road.
Daughter Of Fidel Castro Tells Story Of Life Under Dictator's RegimeShe escaped the oppressive regime in her home country of Cuba in 1993 disguised as a Spanish tourist.
Cuba's Tobacco Company Sues Mich. Shop Over NameCuba's government-controlled tobacco company is suing the owner of cigar shops in the Detroit area, claiming the name is too similar to its own global franchise.