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After closing shop in Indiana, a Firestone plant comes to rural Costa Rica.
Two days of intense negotiations in Costa Rica fail to bring about solution to Honduras stalemate.
Six months after an earthquake devastated parts of Costa Rica, efforts to rebuild.
Ousted president tells of "brutal kidnapping" by army, as regional leaders lend support.
What life is really like in Sarapiqui, the setting for this season's "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of here!"
Businesses try to lure travelers with discounts as tourism takes a dive.
Scientists find a new species of frog in Costa Rica.
The US bans imports of Costa Rican shrimp over failure to protect endangered turtles
Indigenous Costa Ricans push for rights
Don't call them lazy. They're just digesting.
Residents near Costa Rica's pineapple farms say the crop is dangerous, but the government and industry officials disagree.
Costa Rica and Nicaragua go into battle to prove who can make the best breakfast of gallo pinto.
American tourists flock to Costa Rica for medical treatments.
As building boom stalls, more look to lower-paying farm work they once shunned.
Two women may be their parties' candidates for president in 2010.
The pizza chain is one of several companies to close its operations in Costa Rica this year.
US-based Intel is responsible for 20 percent of Costa Rica's exports.
One family's tamales-making operation
Some Costa Ricans purchase weapons to defend themselves as armed violence surges.
In the aftermath of the worst earthquake in years, Costa Ricans turn to social networking Web sites.