President Obama's historic visit to Cuba over the weekend ushered in a new economic era in Cuba. Soon, the picturesque island that looks like scene from a 1960s postcard will be ruined by capitalism and imports from the U.S.

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Michelle Obama

The First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama wore a dotted rose-print sleeveless A-line Spring frock on her and President Barack Obama's historic trip to Cuba on Sunday.

It is the first time in decades that a sitting president has visited the communist island that is still under Fidel Castro's rule.

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2nd Lt Darryn Andrews

As many as 14 U.S. soldiers may have lost their lives searching for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a traitor who deliberately deserted his army post in Pakistan 5 years ago.

President Barack Obama has come under fire for negotiation with the Taliban terrorist organization for Bergdahl's freedom. In exchange for bringing the traitor home, Obama agreed to release 5 dangerous Taliban terrorists from Guantánamo Bay, the American detention camp in Cuba.

Sondra Andrews’ son, 2nd Lt. Darryn Andrews, is one of five soldiers who was killed searching for Bergdahl.

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Kanye West

Troubled music producer and rapper Kanye West took to his Twitter account yesterday to clear up rumors that he compared himself to the late, great Nelson Mandela.

In a series of tweets, Kanye lauded Mandela for serving "as a guiding light to illuminate our future," and he chastised the media for engineering "false stories and noise" about him.

"I've never said anything to dishonor or trivialize the life or transition of one of the most inspiring leaders," West tweeted.

Kanye West tweets

It isn't clear how the rumor got started, but it's not a stretch to believe the egotistic producer said those things about himself. Anyway, thanks to Kanye for clearing that up.

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Hakken family

A man who tied up his stepmother, kidnapped his 2 sons and fled to Cuba last week with his wife is back on U.S. soil.

Joshua Michael Hakken and his wife, Sharyn, were booked into a Hillsborough County jail in Florida after Cuban officials handed the couple over to U.S. officials late Tuesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

The couple, who were described by the media as "anti-government," was charged with kidnapping, child neglect and interference with custody, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office website. The boys, Cole, 4, and Chase, 2, were returned to the custody of their maternal grandparents in Tampa, Florida.

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