Spain's wildfires kill 2, force hundreds to evacuate overnight
Two firefighters have died trying to fight the blazes ravaging Spain and its Canary Islands.
USA men beat Spain in Basketball to take the gold medal
The US team won 107-100 in a close match with Spain.
Canary Islands forest fires force 4,700 out of their homes
The Canary Islands have been hit by severe forest fires following Spain's driest winter in 70 years.
Spain: Mexican Sinaloa drug cartel members arrested in Madrid
Spain arrested four suspected members of the Mexican Sinaloa drug cartel in Madrid, foiling an attempt to expand into Europe.
Gambling with the future: Spaniards weigh EuroVegas
Meteoric unemployment is propelling a bid by US casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson, but critics say Spain stands a lot to lose.
The most underemployed big countries in the world
When the economy is doing poorly, it helps to remember that things could be worse. These countries have higher unemployment rates than the United States.
Spain Al Qaeda suspects caught with explosives, flying manuals
3 Al Qaeda suspects caught in Spain; explosives, flying manuals found.
Europe: What happens now?
A look at the actions of the European Central Bank.
The Earth Project: Extreme Makeover Coal Edition
Can a dirty fuel lead the way to a greener future?
Europe is setting itself up for massive disappointment
Statements from the ECB have investors hopeful, but chances are the follow through will be a letdown.
Dissident Oswaldo Paya's widow rejects Cuban report on car crash
Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya's widow has rejected an official report that said driver error caused the car crash that killed her husband.
Spain unemployment rate hits new high
Spain's unemployment rate hit a new high, with 25 percent, or nearly one in four, out of work.
How the Olympic Games changed Barcelona forever
While not all Olympics have a great lasting legacy, one Spanish city wouldn't be the same without them.
WikiLeaks says Baltasar Garzón will lead defense of Assange against 'extrajudicial actions' and 'secret US processes'
Baltasar Garzón, famous for his role in the arrest of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, is leading WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's legal team in fighting "extrajudicial" actions against his client.
Spanish borrowing costs put new pressure on euro zone
No solution in sight amid calls for new bailout for Spain.
Germany pushes back against Moody's negative outlook on AAA credit ratings
Germany is defending its credit worthiness after Moody’s changed its outlook on the country's top rating to "negative," the first step to an official downgrade.
A solar-powered plane makes its first intercontinental voyage (VIDEO)
Designers of the Solar Impulse say sun-powered passenger planes are still a ways off, but the technology they're honing could bring dramatic energy savings on the ground.
Fernando Alonso dominates German Grand Prix
Ferrari driver first to win 3 F1 races this season, wins German GP from pole.
Spain's economic outlook darkens, EU approves bailout loan
European markets plunged as Spain's bond yields crept up past 7 percent.
This is why Europe is getting crushed today
Why today looked especially bad for the euro zone.
Spain anti-austerity protests draw thousands
Spain anti-austerity protests occurred in 80 cities, bringing thousands of people into the streets.
Germany, Italy and Spain to the rescue? Nope.
As European governments pass key measures, the crisis only worsens.
Rafael Nadal withdraws from London Olympic games
Defending Olympic tennis champion Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the London Games.
Nadal withdraws from Olympics with knee injury
Nadal withdraws from Olympics with knee injury. 'I'm not in a condition to be able to compete,' Nadal said.
Raging youth unemployment fuels fears of social collapse in Spain
No end in sight to economic crisis as the government embarks on new austerity measures to stave off financial collapse.
No respite seen in Spanish housing crisis
As protesters in Madrid clash with police over new budget cuts, the housing crisis that plunged Spain into economic catastrophe shows no sign of abating. Especially here in Ciudad Valdeluz.
Spain: Austerity plan to cut 65 billion from deficit by 2014
Spain: Austerity plan to cut 65 billion from deficit by 2014, anti-austerity protests continue.
Spain announces new austerity plan
Spain Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy yielded to pressure from the European Union with a new austerity plan.
Chatter: More austerity for Spain
Spain gets a steaming second helping of austerity, Japan and China squabble over islands, and Hamas loosens up in the Gaza Strip.
Spain's iconic La Liga soccer teams face high debt and unpaid taxes
Amid economic woes, the Euro 2012 soccer victory gave Spaniards reason to celebrate. But now Real Madrid, Barcelona and other La Liga teams must tackle skyrocketing debt.
Euro hits two-year low and oil falls
Euro hits two-year low against the dollar.