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Congress Remains Divided Ahead of Obama's Cuba Visit

U.S. President Barack Obama’s trip to Cuba is being anticipated by many as a historic chance to thaw relations with Havana. Despite the reluctance of some in Congress, Obama has moved aggressively to restore economic and diplomatic relations with the communist island. National Security Adviser Susan Rice told the Atlantic Council Thursday, "As President Obama has repeatedly said, we know that change won’t come to Cuba overnight. But the old approach — trying to isolate Cuba, for...

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