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CBS News poll measures U.S. sentiment on Cuba and the President's handling of relations with Cuba
The country's Internet went dark Monday, prompting experts to wonder whether the outage was a result of a cyberattack
Obama is criticized when taking his annual vacation in Hawaii, but he has enjoyed less time off than other presidents
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