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Costa Rica ranks high in new U.S. travel information system

Costa Rica received a Level One ranking along with several other Latin American nations.

Stranded Cuban migrants say goodbye to Costa Rica as airlift begins

The latest wave of Cuban migration has drawn increased skepticism from some representatives to the 1966 law that grants them preferential status in the US.

Gunman at Oregon college appeared armed for an extended siege

The gunman who cut a deadly path through an Oregon college campus appeared armed for an extended siege according to investigators who were probing more deeply into suspicions the shooter may have been driven by religious rage and a fascination with the twisted notoriety of high-profile killers.

Oregon school shooting: ‘He just tried to do the right thing,’ one victim’s family says

Thursday was a very special day for Chris Mintz: Oct. 1 was his son's sixth birthday. Though the child was too young to see it, the proud dad posted a happy birthday message on Facebook anyway on Wednesday night.

Multiple fatalities reported after mass school shooting in Oregon

At least 10 people initially were reported killed and more than 20 wounded on Thursday in a shooting at a community college in the U.S. state of Oregon. The 20-year-old suspected gunman also was killed, a local sheriff said.

Martin Shkreli, ‘price-gouging’ CEO, bankrolled punk label – and his punk-rock friends now hate him

Shkreli's compromise may alleviate the concerns of humanitarians - but punk rock has a longer memory. Collect was founded by Geoff Rickly of the iconic band Thursday, who is known for his leftist politics - and now, his regret for Shkreli's involvement with his label.

Two US journalists killed during live TV broadcast

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Two journalists for a local CBS affiliate in the U.S. state of Virginia were shot dead Wednesday during a live broadcast, according to chilling television footage of the incident and their network.

Costa Rican coastal community grieves colleague killed in US church massacre

NOSARA, Guanacaste – Two South Carolina state legislators with ties to Nosara, on Costa Rica's north-central Pacific coast, were particularly hard hit by the shooting death of nine people in a Charleston, South Carolina, church late last Wednesday.

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden’s son dies of brain cancer at age 46

Beau Biden, the son of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and former state attorney general of Delaware, died Saturday after battling brain cancer for several years.

Mexico check girl’s DNA after US custody mixup

MORELIA, Mexico – Mexican authorities are conducting DNA tests on a girl who may be the daughter of a Texas woman after the wrong child was forcibly sent to the United States last month.

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