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Cubans use the internet via public Wi-Fi in Havana, Cuba, September 5, 2016.

Cuba has notoriously bad internet — here’s what it’s like to use

Cuba has notoriously bad Internet. It's slow, expensive for the local population to use, and primarily provided through crowded government-approved Wi-Fi hotspots. Here's what to do if you visit.
Cuba is a place to just go with the flow.

The best part about traveling to Cuba is that you don’t have to plan anything — here’s why

Cuba is an exciting travel destination, but the best part is you can travel without planning ahead. Business Insider has travel tips that could save you money.

Trump says Cuba ‘is responsible’ for attacks on diplomats, but the State Department isn’t so sure

Neither Cuba nor the US has offered much information about mysterious attacks on US diplomats on the island, suggesting neither side knows much about them.
A woman cleans the entrance of a building next to a Cuban flag hung up to dry after Hurricane Irma caused flooding and a blackout, in Havana, September 11, 2017.

The response to ‘health attacks’ on US diplomats in Cuba suggests nobody knows what’s going on

There's little sign the US or Cuba knows who's attacked US diplomats on the island, but there are worries hardliners are exploiting the situation.

Trump’s rollback of Obama’s Cuba policies may harm the Cubans it means to help

Trump's efforts to further isolate the Cuban government and bolster the island's private businesses may have the opposite effect.

US relations with Cuba could become a bargaining chip in the healthcare debate

At least one Florida Republican is trying to wring concessions on Cuba from Trump over the GOP healthcare bill.

Obama is ending the ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy giving residency to Cubans arriving in US

The US and Cuba have been negotiating for months to implement the change.

Cuba’s opening to the world has a problem much closer to home than Donald Trump

"So it's not sure exactly what Raul is going to do, but he's got to do something," said an American demographer.

I traveled to Cuba after Fidel Castro’s death — and it was far different from what I expected

Cuba appears to be in a historical moment following Fidel Castro's death. I traveled to Cuba two weeks after. It was not what I expected.

With Fidel Castro gone, a new ‘maximum leader’ looms over the US-Cuban relationship

If it comes down to who Trump listens to, then the US's Cuba relationship may be about to see a major shift.