Cuba

The U.S. government had a stern warning in no uncertain terms for any Haitians considering trying to flee and seek asylum in the U.S. following the assassination of the island nation's president: Don't do it.

With President Obama's tenure winding down, many are wondering whether he will use his constitutional powers to grant federal clemencies before he leaves office.

President-elect Donald Trump said (or in fact Tweeted) that he will reverse the executive action President Obama has taken as it relates to opening up relations with Cuba if the nation does not make reforms to his liking.

As president, Barack Obama traveled to over 51 countries. He has cemented his foreign relations legacy through his choice of official travel.

The New York real estate mogul has not minced words on his thoughts about Mexicans, Blacks, and Muslims, leaving doubts about his campaign slogan to make "America Great Again." Does he mean returning the nation to plantation owners and slaves? Does he mean getting the, uh, African-American family out of the White House?

President Barack Obama has an obvious passion for sports—especially basketball and golf. His love has surfaced throughout his life and presidency.

"We've heard your concerns about last week's video. We made a mistake, and want to get better at earning the trust of our black audience,” posted the media company.

Arguing that the goal of terrorists is to disrupt "people's ordinary lives," President Barack Obama pushed back at critics who condemned his decision to attend a baseball game during his historic trip to Cuba following attacks in Brussels, according to ABC News.

During a special simulcast with the Tom Joyner Morning Show and TV One’s NewsOne Now, Roland Martin spoke with Devyn Spence Benson, author of Antiracism in Cuba, and businessman Troy Nash about the importance of President Barack Obama’s visit to Cuba and what improved U.S./Cuban relations could mean for people of color. Nash believes that Afro-Cubans are ready […]

In an effort to end a decades-long frozen relationship between the U.S. and Cuba, President Barack Obama made history when he became the first president in nearly 90 years to visit the island siloed from the rest of the world since the Cold War conflict on Sunday.

"I remember people talking about how somehow this was going to solve all our racial problems. I wasn’t one of those who subscribed to that notion," the president said.