Espionage: The Myers case 10 years later

Convicted of spying for Cuba, Gwendolyn Myers soon adapted to life behind bars, telling a friend, “Did you know you can floss your teeth with the elastic in underpants?” Her husband, Kendall Myers, also wound up in prison. He once held a TOP SECRET security clearance at the State Department and earned $131,996 per year. … Read more

One side wants peace, the other wants blood

Three U.S. senators on Friday touted the Freedom to Export to Cuba Act, which would make it legal for Americans to do business in Cuba. U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota, said in a statement: Instead of looking to the future, U.S.-Cuba policy has been defined for far too long by conflicts of the past. Cuba … Read more

USAID: Keeping it in the family

The U.S. government has awarded $726,644 to a non-profit group linked to a lawyer who has called on the Trump administration to indict Raúl Castro on criminal charges. The Agency for International Development gave money to the Global Rule of Law & Liberty Legal Defense Fund on Sept. 11. The grant will be used for … Read more