Cubans in Exile: Pondering a Future without Castro Fidel Castro's deteriorating health has prompted renewed scrutiny of Cuba, especially from Cubans living abroad. In a four-part series, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro delves into the changes afoot in Miami's Cuban-American community as they look to a future without their nemesis Fidel.

Political Winds Shift Among Miami's Cuban Exiles

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Property Ownership Issue Divides Cubans, Exiles

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Miami's Cuban Exile Community Evolves Again

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Juanita Castro Plots an Independent Path in Exile

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