A Maryland man who returned home last month after spending five years imprisoned in Cuba will have a prime viewing spot for President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address: a seat near first lady Michelle Obama.
It’s been five years since a Maryland man was arrested in Havana, Cuba for expanding Internet access to a small Jewish community. Alex Demetrick reports.
A dire warning from Havana, Cuba. Alan Gross, a U.S. contractor accused of spying, says he will take his own life if he’s not released from prison. He’s served five years of a 15-year sentence.
An American man who is marking four years in prison in Cuba has written a letter to President Barack Obama asking the president to get personally involved in securing his release.
Three years in a Cuban prison cell, and there’s new momentum to find the key to unlock it and free Alan Gross. He’s the Maryland man who was seized while on a development mission to Cuba.
The Obama administration wants an American imprisoned in Cuba to see his personal physician amid concerns he may have a cancerous growth on his shoulder.
A doctor says an American man imprisoned in Cuba may have a cancerous growth on his shoulder, contradicting the Cuban government which has said his health is normal.
The wife of a Maryland man some say was unjustly imprisoned in Cuba worries her husband will not survive his 15-year sentence. Judy Gross just returned from a four-day visit to see her husband Alan in a prison cell in Cuba.
A Maryland family is caught up in an international nightmare. Convicted of spying, Alan Gross sits in a Cuban prison while his wife tries desperately to bring him home.
A prominent New York rabbi met with imprisoned American subcontractor Alan Gross in Cuba on Tuesday, describing
him as upbeat and concerned about family members back home.
The White House has made a new plea for Alan Gross’ release but frosty relations between the U.S. and Cuba and an internal power struggle in the island nation means his freedom is far from certain.
An American imprisoned in Cuba since December 2009 after bringing communications equipment onto the island wanted reassurance that what he was doing was legal but was told by his company not to ask Cuban officials, the man’s wife said Monday.