The government of El Salvador has denied using the Israeli Pegasus software to spy on journalists and activists. In a statement issued late Wednesday, spokeswoman...
A week after Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís saw off one of the last flights of the Cuban migrant airlift, hundreds more Cuban migrants mass again at the southern border with Panama.
Dery Dyer, who as editor and publisher of The Tico Times shaped generations of journalists, looked back at the world of print journalism and the monumental efforts to get the paper out to readers around the world.
Nadia Reiman, who was born in Costa Rica and moved to the United States as a child, produced The Out Crowd.
Lucía Pineda spent almost six months in prison for her criticisms of the government of Daniel Ortega
Juan Carlos Arce, a lawyer for the Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights, (CENIDH), says social media sites are the most common vehicle to intimidate independent journalists during this period of government repression.
Information is another weapon in Nicaragua. It’s not the lack of it that’s dangerous, it’s the manipulation. The violence and unrest in Nicaragua is easy...
Here's what we've been up to in the months since we reopened.
These are the people we ask to trust us to tell the truth, and when they finally get a glimpse of us, we act like savages.
A Tico Times writer reflects on how the opportunity given to her by owner and publisher Jonathan Harris has begun to affect the course of her life.