A Carnival ship will make the first cruise to Cuba, on May 1.
Tourist activities remain prohibited.
British condemnation of Trump's Muslim ban has been swift.
"We are on our own," says the National Black Chamber of Commerce.
The company alleged refused to sell a ticket to an Israeli passenger.
The new rules will make it easier for U.S. businesses to have a presence on Cuba.
The deal is expected to support upward of 60,000 more U.S. jobs.
Complaint to the United Nations is about “police bias and violence” in the U.S.
Marijuana advocates are pressing the United Nations to end the war on pot.
Current and former department heads say language could derail trade talks.
A bipartisan group of senators plans to introduce the legislation later today.
North Korea said the action is another example of long-running hostility against Pyongyang.
Trump's video included images of Putin laughing.
He assailed companies that "run away from America to avoid paying taxes."
The video includes a message threatening Russian citizens.
The sweeping Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal marks a major victory for President Obama.
LGBT refugees are among the “world’s extremely vulnerable populations,” advocates say.
The group says China's currency manipulation creates an unfair advantage.
Several countries approved for sales had donated to the Clinton Foundation, report says.
Critics blast the trip to Nike's HQ, given the company's reputation as an outsourcer.
On World Day for Laboratory Animals, activists are protesting the treatment of monkeys.
Republicans said the historic policy shift is a bad deal for the U.S.
The rules will take effect on Friday.
A new report urges stronger U.S. Labor Department oversight.