A European court ruling upholds a Spaniard’s ‘right to be forgotten.’
Madrid is trying to end Spain’s universal jurisdiction law, which proponents say has helped human rights victims find justice – but has also caused major diplomatic headaches.
The former high school star may not play much at Target Center, but a rookie season moving from Spain to the Atlanta Hawks is already a success.
In the midst of a jobs crisis and economic dysfunction, Spain now must face a bitter debate over government plans to radically restrict women’s rights.
Under a bill expected to pass, Spain will allow abortion only in cases of rape or danger to the mother.
Two Spanish journalists kidnapped in September near Syria’s border with Turkey are believed to be held by an Al Qaeda-allied rebel group.
Overseas sales are surging, but recovery could take years.
Two years after ETA renounced violence, a new film highlights the legacy of the militant group’s campaign.
The country’s unemployment also dropped for the second straight quarter. But experts warn that the majority of Spaniards will not feel the improvement any time soon.
Critics say Spain’s fascist threat comes not from small groups like those set to march in Barcelona Saturday, but from the radical fringe that is part of Spain’s governing Popular Party.
More than 70 years after Franco set Spain’s clocks to sync with Hitler’s Germany, a Spanish parliamentary commission recommends realigning with the Brits.
Spain has long, if grudgingly, tolerated corruption among its leaders. But economic woes and a rash of scandals may be changing that.
The euro zone is finally out of recession, but hold the Champagne for now.
Old tensions heat up over the Rock.
Spain has pinned its hopes on high-speed rail to diversify its struggling economy.
A high-speed train ran off the tracks outside the northern Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela.
The ex-treasurer of Spain’s ruling party told a court today that he had delivered cash to the premier.
A faster train service between Porto and Vigo debuts today. Locals hope it will help unite the region.
Spain’s conservative government is considering dramatic restrictions on abortion and has already increase the Catholic Church’s role in education, revealing a divided society.
As the euro zone’s economic outlook continues to deteriorate, growth advocates hope their messages may finally be heard.