President Obama's historic moves to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba are raising new questions about how U.S. citizens can travel to Cuba, and perhaps most importantly for many, whether it's now legal to buy Cuba's famed cigars.
But despite Obama's efforts, Americans still face real limitations in the law in terms of how they can trade with, and travel to, the communist island. Below is a quick checklist of what you can and can't do.
What about those cigars?
People who are experts in the art of rolling up tobacco leaves into cigars say the quality of Cuban cigars has waned over the years, but many still long for the stogies that have been prohibited in the U.S. for so long.