- Report finds faults in US housing effort in Haiti Updated: Apr-15-14 7:46 pm
- Senate committee orders review of 'Cuban Twitter' Updated: Apr-10-14 2:22 pm
- Cuba 'concerned' over American's hunger strike Updated: Apr-09-14 12:59 pm
- American imprisoned in Cuba begins hunger strike Updated: Apr-08-14 4:21 pm
- Senator critical of effort to free US contractor Updated: Apr-08-14 11:39 am
- 'Cuban Twitter' a new hurdle for bloggers, exiles Updated: Apr-05-14 3:58 pm
- 'Cuban Twitter' heads to hearings in Congress Updated: Apr-04-14 3:25 am
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - An effort by Washington to build housing for Haitians in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake has fallen short and exceeded costs, a U.S. government report said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee asked the U.S. Agency for International Development on Thursday to turn over all records about the Obama administration's secret Cuban twitter program as part of a broader review of the agency's civil-society efforts worldwide.
HAVANA - The Cuban government said Wednesday it is concerned about a jailed U.S. government subcontractor's hunger strike, which he began last week to protest both Havana's and Washington's handling of his case.
WASHINGTON - An American who has been imprisoned in Cuba for more than four years after illegally setting up Internet access on the island is on a hunger strike, according to a statement his lawyer released Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - The chairman of a Senate oversight panel is criticizing the Obama administration for failing to secure the release of an American contractor who remains imprisoned in Cuba five years after he was arrested.
MIAMI - The revelation that a U.S. government-funded program set up a cellphone-based social network in Cuba is likely to pose new challenges for independent bloggers and exile groups that work to increase access to technology.
WASHINGTON - The head of the U.S. government agency that secretly created a "Cuban Twitter" communications network designed to undermine the communist government in Cuba is expected to testify next week before a senator who thinks the whole idea was "dumb, dumb, dumb." The congressional hearing could resolve key questions around the clandestine program, including whether the Obama administration adequately informed lawmakers about its plans.