The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday put on hold President Barack Obama’s sweeping plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fueled power plants pending a legal challenge.
Costa Rica’s Prosecutor’s Office announced Monday that five people will go on trial for allegedly extracting and selling kidneys to buyers in Israel.
A second independent forensic investigation rejected on Tuesday the Mexican government’s conclusion that 43 students who went missing in 2014 were incinerated at a garbage dump.
Turrialba Volcano, located 50 kilometers east of Costa Rica’s capital, this month has recorded an increase in activity that so far includes five ash, gas and vapor explosions. The most recent event occurred on Monday at 5:33 p.m., according to the University of Costa Rica’s National Seismological Network.
Costa Rican authorities forecast gusts of more than 88 km/h on the northern Pacific coast, creating dangerous conditions for boating.
Officials from several government agencies on Monday said the current situation of Zika virus in Costa Rica does not pose a risk for tourists and that there is not any travel or trade restriction related to the mosquito-borne disease.
There’s still time for U.S. voters living abroad to request an absentee ballot for the presidential primaries with Super Tuesday less than a month away.
Our “Doing Business” column takes another look at Uber in Costa Rica, and what the controversy shows us about the key to changing old habits.
From dining to theater to live music, San José offers a variety of options for a Valentine’s Day on the town this year.
A massive storm exploded in intensity just off the Southeast U.S. coast on Sunday afternoon, driving hurricane force winds and whipping waves into a frenzy. And in the middle of this monster storm was a cruise ship on its way to Florida – rocking, roiling and taking a major beating from the most powerful storm we’ve seen in the western Atlantic so far this winter.