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There was a problem at the polls in Costa Rica – and I was part of it

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.

Dear Jonathan Harris: How The Tico Times shaped my life

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.

Women leaders who’ve inspired us this year – and their secret powers

Today we celebrate those who have fought, are fighting and will fight for equality.

A message to women: ‘Don’t be the one clipping your own wings’

The Tico Times speaks with Mariana Santos, the founder of international digital media support network Chicas Poderosas.

The Tico Times Circulation Department and a lost newspaper way of life

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.

Costa Rica lacks a freedom of information law but still ranks high in press freedom

One prominent Costa Rican journalist argued that a freedom of information law would only open the door to more onerous requirements for accessing public information.

Yet another Veracruz journalist is kidnapped, tortured and killed in Mexico

The bound body of journalist Anabel Flores Salazar was discovered on Tuesday with her head covered in bags in the state of Puebla. She was a 32-year-old mother of two, snatched from her home in the middle of the night.

Al Jazeera America news channel to close up shop

Al Jazeera America, the low-rated cable news network that sought to take on Fox News and CNN, will shut down operations at the end of April, less than three years after going on the air, the network told its staff Wednesday in a surprise move.

John Ross and the responsibility of being a ‘rebel reporter’

New book “Rebel Reporting: John Ross Speaks to Independent Journalists,” edited by Cristalyne Bell and Norman Stockwell, is on sale now just in time for the holidays. Here's a look.

Tico Times Pacuare story wins Chamber of Commerce journalism award

The Tico Times won top honors in journalism Friday at the American-Costa Rican Chamber of Commerce Social Responsibility in Action Awards for a story on efforts to save the Pacuare River from being dammed.

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