It also indicates that the new administration will not reinstate the wet foot, dry foot policy, which allowed Cuban immigrants who reached American soil to remain in the country.
Rep. Kathy Castor, D-Tampa: "It appears that the Trump changes would subject Americans to a lot more bureaucratic red tape and complicate travel to Cuba". Last year, half a million Americans visited Cuba, more than triple the number compared with 2015. And U.S. companies will still be allowed to support telecommunications and Internet service on the island.
Trump's move was a direct rebuke to Obama, for whom the diplomatic opening with Cuba was a central accomplishment of his presidency.
The powerful Grupo de Administracion Empresarial S.A also runs most foreign hotels, meaning that Marriott's Starwood Hotels could lose the special license from the Obama administration it got to operate in Havana.
But there's also the hope among some White House officials that changes will jumpstart a new round of negotiations that could lead to a deal that's more to Trump's liking.
Trump is expected to justify the new restrictions on human rights grounds.
Trump believes many of Obama's efforts undermine US and Cuban economic interests, as well as national security.
Cafe Versailles, in the heart of Miami's "little Havana", may not be the heartbeat for the Cuban-American movement in the U.S. But it is arguably its soul. Trump's policy also will not reinstate the "wet foot, dry foot" policy, which allowed any Cuban who made it to US soil to stay and become a legal resident. The Cuban government has made clear it will not be pressured into reforms in exchange for further engagement with Washington.
The U.S. severed ties with Cuba in 1961 after Fidel Castro's revolution, and spent decades trying to either overthrow the government or isolate the island, including by toughening an economic embargo first imposed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The main authors of the new policy were Cuban-American Republicans in Congress, including Florida Sens.
Under the revised travel policy, United States officials say there will be tighter enforcement to make sure Americans legally fit the 12 authorized categories they claim to be travelling under, which could spook many visitors, wary of receiving a hefty fine. Normalizing relations with Cuba is believed to be one of the more notable accomplishments of Obama's legacy.
Almost five months into office, Trump has reversed Obama on items ranging from business regulations to participation in the Paris climate change agreement.
The new policy has come together after contentious meetings within the administration. Although Trump lost the Miami area to Hillary Clinton by double digits, he credits support from Cuban-Americans for helping him eke out a narrow victory statewide.
President Donald Trump raised the stakes on those changes when he told senators this week that the House version was " mean ". Their plan is to hold no hearings before the vote and take no input on the bill from experts, advocates or the public.
Hodgkinson has been in the area since March, living out of his van, said Washington FBI Special Agent In Charge Tim Slater. The security details have since greatly expanded much farther than that after the fatal shooting of two Capitol officers.
Many lawmakers were visibly shaken and emotional on Wednesday as they recounted the day, and Duncan was no exception. Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer, fought a running gun battle with police before he, too, was shot and later died.
The protests are a reflection of the anger in the community following the devastating fire that killed 30 people. Queen Elizabeth, 91, and her grandson Prince William also visited residents and emergency workers yesterday.
Other lawmakers were stunned in the aftermath of the event, which raised questions about the security of members of Congress. For one minute, Congress stopped being Congress and was just a group of people sharing emotions after a very tough week.
Jurors have already discussed the case for more than 50 hours since Monday, leading to Cosby's lawyer to push for a mistrial. At a hearing, the jury said it could not reach a unanimous verdict on any of the counts being faced by the TV entertainer.
Her coach, Darren Cahill, said it would have been a "nice bonus" but that this possibility did not add stress to her preparations. Through the seven rounds of the tournament, she hit an incredible 299 winners with youthful abandon. "That's unbelievable.
He had been living out of his van in the Alexandria area in recent months, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said . Trump visited Griner and Bailey at the same D.C. hospital and later told reporters, "they ran right into the fire".
With the bat in hand, India found themselves under early pressure after losing both Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma for just 6 runs. Pakistan Captain Sarfraz Ahmed said after the match, "We played like we had nothing to lose, now we are champions".
Duplantis, who comes from a family of track and field stars, never slowed down and raced all the way around the bases to score. We have a lot of respect for (OSU) Coach (Pat) Casey and his staff, and I expect that this game will be a complete blast.
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Brooks Koepka wins US Open
The previous lowest score in relation to par was the eight-under 63 shot by Johnny Miller in the final round of the 1973 Open. On the eve of Sunday's final round, Johnson called Koepka, who began Sunday a stroke off the lead, to offer some advice.
US Open filled with limitless possibilities, few stars
There is also an element of social standing involved with several of the old-money clubs up East trading the U.S. Thomas opened with two straight birdies before one of the great putts of his life at the par-4 5th hole.
Carnage at US Open as world's top three sent packing
Ryder Cuppers like Patrick Reed , Brooks Koepka and Paul Casey , along with other big names like Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas . Fowler, meanwhile, entered the round with a one-shot lead over Casey and Xander Schauffele, who is now in the group at 5 under.
Ovation for Jeremy Corbyn as he returns to House of Commons
Even as the prime minister's star fell, Conservative HQ insisted that individual candidates ignore local issues, a sign that Ms. Labour did well amongst the young and the middle classes but has a way to go to win more traditional, working-class voters.
'One of those days' as McIlroy finds trouble in Erin Hills rough
According to numbers compiled by CBSSports.com, Day is one of only 4 players who made the cut in the tournament from 2012 to 2016. He punched the third back into the fairway but needed two more to get on the green and two to get down for his second seven.
Fowler leads US Open after one round
McIlroy is back to even-par for the round after bogeying the first three holes on the front nine. "I just did a good job ". Rickie Fowler had a 7-under 65, and was one of 44 players to break par - a record for the first round of a U.S.
Jeff Sessions grilled by Senate Intelligence Committee
The appearance before the Senate intelligence committee gave Sessions a chance to defend himself, but offered little new insight. Sessions said during his hearing he is not sure if he would be able to answer the questions in a closed session.
Josh Jackson cancels workout with Celtics
Additionally, if the Lakers were set on drafting Josh Jackson already, they would not schedule a second workout with Ball. That number seems a bit jarring, but if you're aware of DSJ's handiwork, then I suppose it's not too surprising.
Trump being investigated for possible obstruction of justice
While a sitting president is unlikely to face criminal prosecution, obstruction of justice could form the basis for impeachment. Trump wrote on Twitter , in a pair of messages that ended with a reference to his campaign slogan "Make America Great Again".