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Charles Barkley: 'I guarantee that LeBron James isn't going to Dallas'

Former NBA star and current NBA analyst Charles Barkley sat down with Galloway &amp; Co. on ESPN radio to talk about Mark Cuban, the Dallas Mavericks, and the possibility of LeBron James coming to Dallas. Here are some highlights:<br /> Read More

Child mortality rates dropping, study finds, but U.S. lags

Childhood deaths are down 42% in the U.S., but nations such as Serbia and Malaysia, which were ranked behind the U.S. in 1990, cut their rates by nearly 70%.<br /> Read More

Vietnamese films to be screened in Cuba

HAVANA —The film Don't Burn (Dung Dot) has been selected to be screened at the opening of Viet Nam Film Week in Havana, Cuba, from June 1-5. Read More

Cuba Travel Ban: Is the End in Sight?

Over a year ago, in a gesture of conciliation, President Obama lifted travel restrictions on Cuban Americans wanting to visit their relatives on the island. Read More

More Cubans are turning to cell phones -- using them not to talk but to text and page

Cuba's state-run wireless monopoly, Cubacel, has some of the steepest rates in the world, charging the equivalent of 50 cents per minute for outgoing and incoming calls Read More

Havana to welcome International Poetry Festival

The municipalities of San José de las Lajas, Bejucal, Bauta and Artemisa will be under venues of the 15th Havana International Poetry Festival, scheduled to take place from May 24 to 30. Read More

Venezuelan experts in Cuba due to Gulf oil spill

Chavez sends team of Venezuelan experts to Cuba, saying Gulf oil spill threatens island Read More

Time to come clean with Cuba on oil spill

The Deepwater Horizon oil disaster is about to raise some important new questions about the costs and limits of U.S. policy toward Cuba.<br /> Read More

Las Terrazas, first ecomuseum

As part of the activities developed in the occasion of the first Latam and Caribbean Meeting held from May 17-20, Las Terrazas community was declared Ecomuseum of Cuba, only of its kind in the country, as a recognition to its 42 years of work. Read More

China helps Cuba construct wind farms

The construction of the Gibara II wind farm, made with Chinese technology, in the eastern province of Holguin, entered the phase of electrical interconnection between four of the six wind turbines, said Saturday Orlando Leyva Lopez, chief investor. Read More