Meg Whitman Denies Accusations Of Employing An Illegeal Immigrant Knowingly

Ex-housekeeper for Meg Whitman claims Calif. candidate knew she might be in country illegally

Housekeeper claims Whitman was notified of status

Attorney claims California GOP gov candidate Whitman knew housekeeper was working illegally

Whitman bid rocked by maid’s immigration status

Costa Rica’s top court blocks civil union referendum, says it put gays at disadvantage

Costa Rica court blocks gay civil union referendum

Laura Chinchilla becomes Costa Rica’s first woman president

SAN JOSE - Laura Chinchilla, who has been sworn in as the first woman president of Costa Rica, has pledged to bring more peace and quality education in the country.

Laura Chinchilla sworn in as Costa Rica’s 1st female president, replaces Nobel laureate Arias

Costa Rica inaugurates new President Chinchilla

Costa Rica opens embassy in India

SAN JOSE - The Costa Rican Foreign Ministry announced Tuesday the opening of an embassy in Indian capital New Delhi.

San Jose City Council members vote to draft ordinance regulating medical marijuana collectives

San Jose votes to pursue medical pot regulations

Clinton presses Latin America to recognize Honduras, vow more anti-drug aid

Clinton pushes Honduras recognition

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is urging the countries of Latin America to recognize the new, post-coup government of Honduras and is pledging additional counternarcotics aid to the region.

Clinton: US to restore aid to Honduras, urges recognition of new government

Clinton urges recognition of Honduras government

Former Costa Rican president who prohibited presidential re-election dies at 93

Former Costa Rican President Trejos dies at 93

Costa Rica elects first woman president

SAN JOSE - fifty-year-old Laura Chinchilla became the first woman president of Costa Rica after she won 64.7 percent votes in the country’s general election this weekend.

Regional rights court condemns Guatemala for not investigating 1982 civil war massacre

Rights courts condemns Guatemala in 1982 massacre

Honduran president-elect wants political amnesty for Zelaya and those involved in June coup

Honduran president-elect says coup amnesty for all

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