Costa Rica released its 2015 ad campaign for U.S. and Canadian visitors this month, but the country’s history as a destination for the rich and famous is endorsement enough. Here’s a run down of the biggest celebs who stamped their passports “pura vida" in 2014.
Officials in Moscow confirmed Friday that North Korean despot Kim Jong Un may attend ceremonies next year commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. It would be Kim's first public foreign visit since coming to power in December 2011.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday warned North Korea it would face retaliation over a cyber attack on Sony Pictures and pledged not to bow to dictators, as an envoy for Pyongyang denied involvement.
SAN FRANCISCO, California – Robin Williams's death had people worldwide scouring the Internet for insights into the famed comic's life, making him the hottest search trend of the year on Google, the web giant said Tuesday. In Costa Rica, the top-trending Google search was superstar goalkeeper Keylor Navas.
Costa Rica newspaper mistakes Hollywood movie for a porno film, incites outrage from Public Security Ministry
A Diario Extra reporter mistakes the Hollywood film "Runner Runner" for an erotic movie featuring Costa Rican police officers, provoking an angry reaction from Costa Rica's public security minister.
A bad month keeps getting worse for Bill Cosby. As recently as a week ago, 16 women had accused the veteran comedian of sexual assault. Now, that number stands at 20 — and the fallout is mounting.
Dark Alliance rattled a lot of cages – it led to a Congressional investigation, and ultimately a CIA Inspector General’s report, which would corroborate some of Webb’s findings. But the San Jose Mercury News’ scoop also shook up a lot of the newspaper world. The New York Times, L.A. Times, and The Washington Post all went after Gary Webb to tear down his credibility and that of the story.