Richard Blanco is the first immigrant to be the poet for a US presidential inauguration. In his new memoir, he talks about Thanksgiving in his Cuban-American household, where it was treated more like San Giving — a saint's day.
The manager of the Miami Marlins has been suspended without pay for five games. His offense was to say "I love Fidel Castro" in a magazine interview. Anchor Marco Werman gets details from Andy Gomez, Assistant Provost at the University of Miami.
Miami has always been a hub for Cuban ex-pats. But recently, a group of students from the island just arrived in Florida carrying student visas. It marks the first academic trip of its kind since the revolution started 50 years ago. With the island loosening travel restrictions, programs like this are now emerging.
The World's Jason Margolis reports that Cuban-Americans are not the only Latino voters being courted in Florida; another group that could become a key factor in the presidential election is Venezuelans
Last week, two Cuban actors, en route to the screening of their film "Una Noche" at the Tribeca film festival in New York, disappeared during a layover. It's been speculated that the two were defectors. Reporter Susan Stone speaks to anchor Marco Werman.