An unfolding international drama involving a Maryland man. Alan Gross is locked in a Cuban prison.
A lawyer for a Maryland man imprisoned in Cuba for illegally importing communications equipment to the country says an upcoming hearing will be a chance to reiterate that his client’s actions were never a threat to the government.
Cuba’s Supreme Court has set a July 22 date to consider an appeal by U.S. contractor Alan Gross, who was sentenced to 15 years in prison on charges of illegally importing communications equipment, state television announced Thursday.
Thirty-eight people became U.S. citizens Monday in the annual Independence Day naturalization ceremony at the William Paca House and Gardens, the historic home of an American Founding Father.
The American Red Cross says it’s laid off eight workers in the Greater Alleghenies Blood Services Region because of rising costs and slow revenue growth.
Rolling Thunder, a nonprofit group that draws attention to American troops who fought in wars and are still unaccounted for, is organizing a motorcycle ride this weekend to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
American rower Derek Rasmussen will put Olympic dreams aside when he attempts to lead Cambridge to a second straight win over Oxford in the Boat Race, one of England’s oldest and most prestigious sporting events.
It was a ceremony no Navy women’s basketball team had participated in before.