• Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Aroldis Chapman delivers in this multiple exposure photo during the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox on Thursday, July 28, 2016, in Chicago. Chapman recorded his first save as a Cubs beat the Chicago White Sox 3-1. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

    Cubs considering new translator for star closer Chapman

    CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs are considering bringing in a new Spanish translator for Aroldis Chapman after the star closer from Cuba struggled to answer questions about a past domestic violence case in his introductory news conference.

  • In this July 23, 2016 photo, a picture of Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro is placed on the shelves of a state rationing store or "bodega," ahead of his upcoming 90th birthday in Havana, Cuba. During 47 years in power, Fidel was a constant presence for Cubans but prohibited the statues, portraits and other tributes beloved by other total leaders. (AP Photo/Desmond Boylan)

    At 90, Fidel Castro is symbol of Cuban resistance to change

    HAVANA (AP) — White-haired, thin and bent at nearly 90, Fidel Castro in person is a faint echo of the man who remade his country, defied the United States and fueled socialist uprisings around the world.

  • In this June 28, 2016 photo, a vintage car passes in front of the Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Havana, Cuba. American hotel giant Starwood has begun managing this hotel run by the Cuban military, opening one of the biggest holes in the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba since Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro declared detente in Dec. 2014. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

    Here’s the scoop on Cuba’s 1st US-run hotel in 50 years

    HAVANA (AP) — Cuba is a land of architectural splendors, stunning scenery, warm, welcoming people and some of the world’s worst hotels.

  • Correction: Closing Guantanamo-Kansas story

    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — In a story July 22 about Kansas’ attorney general suing the Department of Defense over a freedom of information request, The Associated Press misidentified the rank of department spokeswoman Valerie D. Henderson. She is a lieutenant colonel, not a lieutenant.