Today marks a milestone in U.S.-Cuba relations. Cuba is now off the U.S. "state sponsors of terrorism" list.
FOX News Radio's Eben Brown has more:
The call to remove Cuba from that list came a while back, made by the President on advice from the State Department that Cuba had not been involved with international terrorism for some time, though Cuba maintains it never was.
Cuba had made removal from that list a key point of resuming diplomacy with the United States, though U.S. officials had maintained a nation's presence on the list didn't preclude the U.S. from maintaining an embassy there.
Congress had forty-five days to question or block the President's decision, and that time period expires today .
In Miami, Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.