Spain's new King Felipe VI calls for unity and diversity
One of the biggest challenges for Felipe will be whether he can use his role to spur dialogue between the leaders of Spain and Catalonia, where there is a growing independence movement.
Good to be the king?
Spain's Felipe VI will take the throne of a country struggling to emerge from crisis.
Why Spain's unemployed millennials are rushing to join the navy (VIDEO)
With the country’s youth unemployment rate above 50 percent, young people are clamoring for work.
To cheer or not to cheer? Spain’s Catalans face a dilemma over the World Cup
Is it okay to root for Spain, and then vote for independence?
Brand-new leftist party is transforming Spain’s political landscape
Harnessing anger over years of austerity, the Podemos Party is threatening to help unseat the ruling conservatives.
Whoops! Spanish zoo vet tranquilizes keeper in gorilla escape drill
Loro Park zoo spokeswoman said the keeper was not disguised as a gorilla. 'It is impossible to confuse a gorilla with a human,' she said.
Spain's King Juan Carlos abdicates after almost 40 years on the throne
The country is just pulling out of a difficult and long recession that has seen faith in politicians, the royal family and other institutions all dwindle.
Hundreds of migrants storm across the Spanish border at Melilla
Spain has beefed up security in the enclave in recent months as the numbers seeking to enter have swelled.
Crowdfunding, peer-to-peer start-ups face uncertain future in Spain
Airbnb and other sharing-economy websites are under threat even as the government seeks to end the country’s crippling economic crisis.
Generation TBD: What it means to be a 'NiNi' in Spain (VIDEO)
Diminished ambition in young people is so common here, there’s a word for it. “NiNi” is a colloquial Spanish contraction of “neither” and “nor,” referring to youth who are neither studying nor employed.
Roma vie for the title of 'Miss Gypsy' in Spain
Non-gypsy judges are encouraged to evaluate contestants on their minds, not their looks.
Here are the world's best and worst countries for mothers
The US hasn't cracked the top 10 since 2006.
The Mona Lisa may actually be a 3D picture
The iconic painting has a twin in Spain, and they may be two halves of the world's oldest stereoscopic image
Watch how Barcelona's Dani Alves responds to a banana thrown at him during a soccer game
His reaction has sparked an awesome anti-racism campaign #SomosTodosMacacos.
9 cities where you can visit a cat cafe
You can work kitty cuddles into your travel plans even if you're not going anywhere near Tokyo.
Jamie Oliver knows absolutely nothing about paella
Although Spain’s well-known saffron rice dish may be eaten around the world, most people don’t know the real thing. A new website is trying to change that.
4 French journalists freed in Syria give reason for hope
Their release follows that of Spanish journalists in March. Taken together, the two releases could signal a change of tactics by kidnappers in Syria.
Spanish village named 'Kill Jews' maybe considering a name change after 500 years
Because nothing welcomes the tourists like a sign advocating genocide.
Young, unemployed Spaniards are saying adios to their homeland and fleeing to London
More than 51,000 Spaniards, most of them under the age of 34, made the journey north to Britain last year.
22 reasons why we should all be moving to Barcelona right now
Think heaven is where the streets fill with candy and you can go to the beach on your lunchbreak? You're wrong! It's Barcelona!
Two little girls in Spain engage in the most adorable judo match you will ever see
Vigorous courtesy, followed by aggressive hug.
These 5 countries are crushing the whole gender equality thing at home
And then, of course, there are those that are not.
Ah, sunny Spain. Perfect weather for drones
A flourishing young industry is up against image problems and privacy concerns.
Catalonia vows to go ahead with independence bid despite court's ruling
Proud of their distinct language and culture, many in Catalonia say they feel short-changed by the central government which redistributes their taxes.
This is what politicians debating global warming will look like soon
Awesome new street art unintentionally shames our leaders into paying attention to climate change.
5 scary things that happened in Europe while you were watching Ukraine
What's taking place on the rest of the continent while no one's paying attention.
Spanish disaffection mounts despite improving economy
Two months after protests in one poor neighborhood grabbed national attention, organizers say their movement symbolizes a growing split in society.
Spain faces pressure to confront its violent past
The government is resisting mounting calls to address decades of repression under Franco.
What's the better party? Mardi Gras or Carnival?
Hundreds of thousands of revelers cast inhibitions aside for the biggest parties on Earth.
Basque group ETA vows to put arsenal 'out of use'
More than two years after announcing a 'definitive end to armed activity,' western Europe's last major violent separatist movement to officially disarm not enough in Spain, which wants the group to disband without condition.
Flamenco legend Paco de Lucia dies
He revolutionized the genre by breaking down musical barriers.