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U.S. citizens living in Costa Rica: How you can vote in 2020

Any US citizen eligible to vote can do so no matter where they live in the world. By following the above steps, US citizens living in Costa Rica can make sure their ballots are sent back in time to be counted.

U.S. citizens living in Costa Rica can vote in November’s general election

The U.S. Embassy in San José can help U.S citizens request an absentee ballot and send it to their election office in the United States

Fall of the House of Bush: How last name and Donald Trump doomed Jeb

On Saturday night, the candidacy that had begun with such promise ended quietly after a disappointingly weak fourth-place finish in South Carolina. Beyond underestimating the anger in the electorate, three other problems led to Bush's downfall.

Ted Cruz edges Trump in Iowa caucuses; Rubio finishes strong third

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas rallied a broad coalition of conservatives around his anti-Washington message to win Iowa's presidential caucuses here Monday night, edging out Donald Trump in their battle to claim the Republican Party's outsider mantle.

Obama’s skin looks different in GOP ads

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A new study shows that negative ads targeting President Obama in 2008 depicted him with very dark skin, and that these images would have appealed to some viewers' racial biases.

Donald Trump under fire yet again, this time for sexist and vulgar Clinton gibes

"She was favored to win and she got schlonged. She lost, I mean she lost," he said, apparently turning the noun "schlong" -- a penis -- into a verb.

US Republicans move to dump Trump

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Many say the populist crazy talk is typical of the White House primaries, but Republican frontrunner Donald Trump's increasingly incendiary remarks are leading some conservatives to brand him a "fascist" and party rivals to ramp up attacks against him.

Insult-dishing Trump to visit Mexican border

"I am going to the BORDER tomorrow. Will be seeing some really brave people. Look forward to a big day!" Donald Trump tweeted to his more than 3.3 million followers on Wednesday.

Nicaragua’s Ortega says US senator, congresswoman on official list of banned foreigners

MANAGUA, Nicaragua – Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega confirmed Friday that U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Senator Marco Rubio – both from Florida – are on an official list of foreigners banned from entering the country in retaliation for travel restrictions placed on Nicaraguan officials by the U.S. government.

Obama to pledge $3 billion for new UN climate change fund

U.S. President Barack Obama will pledge $3 billion to a United Nations climate-change fund that's intended to help poor nations boost renewable energy and counter the ill effects of global warming. The pledge would make the United States the largest donor to the newly established fund, which is a linchpin of efforts to secure an accord within the U.N. to combat global warming.

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