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.
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.
Lance Armstrong doping allegations snare docs, trainer
Trio of staff members receive lifetime bans from USADA.
Spain celebrates the running of the bulls (PHOTOS)
Planet Pic: Chaos engulfs the Spanish city of Pamplona every July as thousands crowd the streets for the famous San Fermin festivities.
Pamplona, Spain: bulls gore 2 Brits, 1 American
Several hurt during traditional bull-running event in Spain.
6 hurt in Pamplona's running of the bulls in Spain
Thousands took to the streets of the Spanish city of Pamplona for the yearly ritual.
Spain’s miners resort to ‘guerrilla war’ over austerity
Outrage mounts over a government spending billions to rescue banks, while coal towns go broke from premature subsidy cuts.
CERN's search for Higgs boson God particle is among most expensive science ever
Can debt-swamped Europe afford expensive science, like pursuing the God particle?
Formula One driver Maria de Villota clings to life after crash
32-year-old Spaniard hits truck while testing new vehicle.
Freed ICC lawyer Melinda Taylor and colleagues leave Libya
The four had been detained in the hilltop of Zintan since June on suspicion of spying.
Mario Balotelli is Israel's new darling
Why? Because Balotelli, the Sicilian-born child of Ghanaian immigrants, is, it turns out, also something of a Jew.
Euro 2012 final: Spain beat Italy
Spain crushed Italy 4-0 in the final in Kiev.
Accelerate: Your car or mine?
Video: Following Zipcar, the green idea of car sharing goes global.
Euro zone leaders agree to directly recapitalize banks
European leaders meeting in Brussels have agreed to use euro zone bailout funds to directly recapitalize struggling banks.
Huevos de austeridad
Amid economic crisis, Spaniards make run on (sperm and egg) banks to pay rent.
Another blow to Spain: Moody's cuts ratings on 28 Spanish banks
The ratings action came after Spain formally requested a bailout of up to 100 billion euros for its stricken lenders.
Spain formally applies for a bank bailout of up to EUR100BN
Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos asked the European Union for up to 100 billion euros ($125 billion) to shore up the country's stricken banking sector.
Formula 1: Fernando Alonso of Ferrari wins European Grand Prix in Spain
The Spaniard's 29th career victory makes him the first driver to win two races this year.
Bailing out the euro zone’s bailout
Europe’s bailout plan is failing. Next week, at yet another summit, leaders will try to rescue it. Here’s what you need to know. In plain English. Really.
Spain borrowing costs soar as auditors say banks may need up to $78BN
Spain will present the findings of two independent audits to euro zone leaders as part of its request for aid.