Keylor Navas is set to become the first Costa Rican to ever participate in a Champions League final when Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid meet May 28.
A judge’s order to release 380 prisoners from Alajuela’s overcrowded Gerardo Rodríguez prison has caused government infighting and pushback from the tourism industry.
One prominent Costa Rican journalist argued that a freedom of information law would only open the door to more onerous requirements for accessing public information.
The Tico Times cartoon by Arcadio.
Four people were arrested in Honduras Monday over the murder of a high-profile indigenous activist earlier this year, officials said.
President Solís highlighted the healthy economy in his State of the Nation speech but offered no hints as to how his administration might change tack to achieve its specific goals, including fiscal reform.
Two Costa Rican volcanoes, Turrialba in Cartago province and Rincón de la Vieja in Guanacaste, began to show increased activity over the weekend.
President Luis Guillermo Solís will have to step up his negotiating skills to deal with a Legislative Assembly leadership that doesn’t include a single lawmaker from his party — just like in his first year in office.
San José officials say they have taken appropriate measures to prevent the kind of flooding that turned some city streets into lakes in recent years.
Sadness at the loss of a huge piece of Limón’s history, mixed with hope that the Liberty Hall fire might be the start of a new era.