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Google: ‘We win’ even when economy suffers’

No one should be under the illusion at this point that Google is an entirely beneficent force in the marketplace.

Driver’s long road at CIA ends with stories to tell

Mr. Thornton was an unarmed CIA driver with top-secret security clearance who every day happened to hold in his hands the lives of elite spymasters. "You learn not to be too curious," he said.

Antonio Banderas to star in film about Chilean ‘miracle miners’

"The 33" traces the unlikely survival of 33 miners trapped deep underground after a collapse at the San José copper mine in the Atacama desert.

Tamarindo Talk

For the holidays, the area has a lot of special parties and restaurants are offering special menus for Christmas.  Mar Vista in Flamingo is...

Attention dessert lovers: Puerto Viejo’s Chocolate Festival begins Friday

Organizers are gearing up for the second annual event by sharing the tradition with local youth.

Central America is prime target for massive Florida-based Christian charity

Since its establishment in 1982, Food For The Poor has provided more than $10 billion in aid to poor people in 17 countries throughout Central America and the Caribbean.

What’s open, closed for the holidays

To help readers make their vacation and fiesta plans, here’s a list of what’s open and what’s closed in the weeks ahead.

Salvadoran ex-president to face graft probe over missing $10 million from Taiwan

Three checks from Taiwan for $1 million, $4 million and $5 million were issued by the Bank of New York, endorsed by Francisco Flores and received by a branch of Banco Cuscatlán in Costa Rica.

Where do poinsettias come from?

Starts with C, rhymes with ventral America.

Conservation group Sea Shepherd ready for aggression from Japanese whalers

Japan says it conducts vital scientific research using a loophole in an international ban on whaling, but makes no secret of the fact that the mammals ultimately end up as food.

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