State Department Orders Nonessential Diplomats, Families Out Of Cuba After Sonic AttacksThe US State Department is pulling out all families of employees and non-essential personnel from Cuba.
Among Change, Local Chef Prepares Annual Cuba TripCuba Libre Chef Guilermo Pernot says recent political changes likely won't have a huge impact on this trip.
Quest For NJ Cop Killer In Cuba Continues Despite Castro's DeathJoanne Chesimard fled to Cuba in 1984 after escaping from prison.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 28Chris discussed his Thanksgiving, the death of Fidel Castro and Mitt Romney's chances of being Secretary of State. He also discussed the passing of Florence Henderson, Kellyanne Conway's plea to Donald Trump on national television and more. At 7:00, Chris spoke with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup about Donald Trump's appointment choices, the death of Fidel Castro and more. He also spoke with Ike Reese from WIP about preparing for Monday Night Football and the Eagles upcoming game against Green Bay at 8:00.
PHOTOS: Fidel Castro Through The YearsFormer Cuban leader Fidel Castro died at the age of 90 on Friday.
Obama Nominates Cuba Ambassador, First In Over Half-CenturyJeffrey DeLaurentis has served as the United States' charge d'affairs in Havana since 2014, overseeing the reopening of the US Embassy there and helping shepherd in a new era of US-Cuba ties.
Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale Heading To Cuba This SummerThe Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale will travel to Cuba in August.
La Salle Students Return From Historic Trip To CubaAfter a travel ban that's lasted decades was recently lifted, a group of La Salle University students just got back from a historic, week-long trek to Cuba. Among them, CBSPhilly web editor Gavin Lichtenstein.
La Salle Students Embark On Travel Study Program To CubaA KYW Newsradio employee is among the dozen students going.
Rolling Stones Make History With Free Concert In CubaOn Friday, the Rolling Stones became the first major international rock band to play in Cuba, drawing hundreds of thousands of people to a free concert at a decrepit sports complex on the road to the airport.
Zeoli Show Log 03.22.16Rich discussed the terror attack in Belgium, President Obama's visit to Cuba and Kasich's disapproval of President Obama not returning to the states after the terrorist attacks. He also discussed a young girl being arrested for pinching a boy's butt, Cruz slams Trump over NATO and Donald Trump calls Elizabeth Warren an Indian. Rich spoke with Richard Lavinthal at 4pm and Gov. Ed Rendell at 4:30pm.
Obama On Terror Attacks: 'We Stand In Solidarity' With BelgiumObama urged international unity in the fight against terror after the attacks left at least 34 people dead.