U.S. Embassy Reopens In Cuba After 54 Years

The U.S. embassy in Havana reopened this morning for the first time since 1961, and the Cuban embassy began flying its flag once more in Washington, D.C., a formal demonstration of the countries’ restored diplomatic ties. What do you think?

“So our half century of bitter economic stalemate was for nothing?”

Lucy Carson • Garment Tester


“Great, another ambassador’s name I have to learn.”

Reginald McGill • Substitute Botanist

“Finally Cuba can be admitted to the proud community of American cruise ship destinations.”

Owen Sandford • Financial Distiller