The holiday season in Costa Rica means a spike in thefts and scams. Some of them may seem obvious, but more than a few Ticos and tourists will become victims. Here's what to avoid.
During a global celebration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Costa Rican officials announce a 50 percent drop in femicide cases.
Hundreds of people attended Costa Rica’s second Slut Walk last Friday night in downtown San José. The event was organized to denounce recent statements on rape by Accessibility Without Exclusion Party presidential candidate Óscar López.
Canada's Infinito Gold is now suing Costa Rica at the World Bank for $1 billion in projected losses.
Members of the National Police, the Justice Ministry and an anti-violence group are organizing toy gun exchanges ahead of the holidays to help fight violence in at-risk communities.
A bad shipment of bunker fuel forced the state-owned utilities agency to generate electricity with diesel at a higher cost, which the agency passed on to consumers.