Fidel Castro, Cuban Dictator, Dies at 90
Former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, whose time at Cuba spanned 11 U.S. presidents since the time he took over Cuba in 1958, has died. Castro has been in failing health for years. His brother, Raul, has been in charge of Cuba since 2008. Under the dictatorship of Fidel Castro, the world was on the verge of nuclear war. Cuba was one of the longest running communist regimes in the Western Hemisphere. There will be nine days of mourning for Castro and the burial will take place on December 4. Click on USA Today to read the story.