caribbean

US scraps flights to 9 Cuban destinations

Starting Tuesday, it will be even harder for Americans to visit Cuba as a Trump administration mandate to US airlines to cut flights to nine destinations on the island takes effect.

The Dallas Mavericks asked her to turn around a toxic culture

She's the first African-American woman to lead an NBA team and says she better not be the last. More than a year after being tapped as CEO of the embattled Dallas Mavericks, Cynthia Marshall says she has turned around the organization's culture and has greatly diversified its top ranks.

Tennis stars hope to bring relief to Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian

Wreaking havoc and destruction, Hurricane Dorian battered the islands of the Bahamas in August and September. Winds reaching 180 mph killed 65 people and caused up to $3 billion in damage in the Caribbean. About 70,000 people were left homeless with more forever touched by the devastation.

6 best shopping streets in Paris

Paris, and the French people, are famous for timeless, seemingly effortless style -- something about the casual way they tie a neck scarf?