US, Cuba end historic talks with more questions than answers

Ministry of Foreign Relations General Director for the United States, Josefina Vidal, arrives for a second day of talks with a U.S. delegates, in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. The two countries are trying to eliminate obstacles to normalized ties as the highest-level U.S. delegation to the communist island in more than three decades holds a second day of talks with Cuban officials. Cuba is demanding its removal from a U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism, which Washington says it is considering. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)HAVANA (AP) — After a euphoric month that left Americans dreaming of holidays in Havana and Cubans imagining U.S. products at their corner stores, the first real effort at forging a new era was sobering: Much bitter disagreement still stands in the way of normal relations.