A student from Miami who graduated as her high school valedictorian, was accepted to Dartmouth and with hopes of becoming a cardio-thoracic surgeon, very nearly lost her opportunity because her parents kept her in the country illegally when she was 4. She won a temporary reprieve, but she's fighting for more for herself and others like her.
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.
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.
Just a few years back, Miami was a city of empty condominium skyscrapers, after the housing market collapsed. But now those condos are starting to fill up, as Brazilian home buyers come in and pay with cash.
As Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney criss-cross Florida trying to secure enough support to win Tuesday's presidential primary, they're focusing a lot of energy on winning the Cuban vote. But the previously monolithically Republican bloc is fraying and sending support in multiple directions.
In the latest polls, Mitt Romney is back on top with time running out until Florida voters cast ballots on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Newt Gingrich and Romney are tangling over immigration, seeking to gain the upper hand.