Figure skater Javier Fernandez shuts it down with Sochi “Aerobics Class" routine
"A body like this doesn't just happen," says Javi. Specifically, it takes 80s music, tearaway pants and some one-armed push ups.
Spanish lawmakers fail in challenging controversial abortion bill
Joan Saura, a senator from the Catalan Green party ICV, called it 'a law for women's suffering, not for their rights.'
Why Barcelona's flags are more than mere banners
Catalans show their colors as their independence debate rages.
Even some of the proudest Catalans worry that splitting from Spain is a bad idea
Despite their nationalist fervor, many in the country’s most prosperous region reject a rift with Madrid.
Spain's prime minister pushes ahead with anti-abortion legislation despite almost no popular support
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.
Dark skin and blue eyes: How Europeans once looked
The DNA of a hunter-gatherer who lived in Spain some 7,000 years ago suggests that Europeans were dark-skinned until much more recently than previously thought.
Spain's new cardinal says homosexuality a 'defect'
Spain's new cardinal on being gay: "Homosexuality is a defect like my high blood pressure."
Spaniards try to sew up economic recovery
A rise in consumer confidence shows the crisis-ravaged country is on the mend — for now.
Life of Pi imitating art? Police stop Russian journalist from sailing to US in this raft
Authorities stopped Andrei Novoselov in France as he attempted to sail to the United States to escape persecution.
Global porn preferences? Surprisingly patriotic, says PornHub's data blog
See the world's deleted browser history, one chart at a time.
Spain was powered primarily by wind last year
Wind narrowly beat out nuclear power and coal as the primary source of electricity for Spain in 2013.
Basques bide their time
Nationalists are watching separatist movements in Catalonia and Scotland, but aren’t rushing to leave Spain just yet.
Spain celebrates Els Enfarinats Festival with a battle of flour and eggs
Citizens of Spain's Ibi annually celebrate the Els Enfarinats Festival with a battle of flour, eggs and firecrackers.
The 2013 Rock of the Year
Gibraltar is the Best Rock of 2013 for remaining regal and steadfast despite Spain and Britain acting like hungry schoolchildren in its midst.
Police beat, arrest abortion law protesters in Spain, says group (VIDEO)
A five-minute video released by the group Periodismo Humano shows police striking unarmed women with batons in Madrid on Friday before arresting them after a protest against the country's tough new abortion law.
'Fat One' jackpot brings Christmas cheer to crisis-hit Spain
Unlike other big lotteries that generate just a few big winners, thousands of numbers yield at least some kind of return in Spain's Christmas lottery.
Spain passes restrictive new abortion law
The law approved by Spain's conservative government rolls back current legislation that permits the procedure without restrictions until the 14th week of pregnancy.
Spain hopes to export its way out of recession
Overseas sales are surging, but recovery could take years.
It's 'Suspended Coffee Day'!
You might not know what that is, but it's awesome.
Spain is selling its $1.4 billion private airport (and Europe's longest runway)
Ciudad Real Airport has become a symbol of Spain's real estate bubble.
Spain's public broadcaster stages mutiny after government orders shutdown
RTVV closes shop in Valencia, Spain, of debt-riddled Channel 9 as laid-off staff stage live protest.
Spanish court issues arrest warrant against former Chinese president over Tibet
Analysis: Spain can expect pain to rain down from Beijing.
Concert pianist Laia Martin on trial for noisy practicing
Spanish concert pianist Laia Martin is on trial and could face more than seven years in jail after a neighbor complained her practicing caused psychological damage.
Spanish court orders release of 9 ETA prisoners following European rights ruling
The convicts were freed after the European Court of Human Rights found Spain had acted illegally by extending ETA prisoners’ sentences.
Spain reports first case of Middle East virus
The health ministry says the latest patient, resident in Spain and born in Morocco, checked into a Madrid hospital and is in stable condition.
Spain: Friendship amid the Basque conflict
Two years after ETA renounced violence, a new film highlights the legacy of the militant group’s campaign.
Spanish media: NSA spied on 60 million calls in Spain in a single month
So far, Spain has resisted backing a "no spy deal" advocated by Germany and France, in which countries would agree to halt mutual espionage.
Spain exits recession, job losses ease: central bank
After nine straight quarters of contraction in the second trough of a double-dip recession, Spain's economy grew by 0.1 percent.
Tourists from these 10 countries are most likely to steal stuff
You like those hand towels? Some people take them home.
Russia, England, Spain reach World Cup 2014, Bosnia-Herzegovina reaches rapture
Four more European nations qualify for World Cup 2014 in Brazil, including history-making Bosnia Herzegovina.
Formula One test driver Maria de Villota found dead
The 33-year-old De Villota appears to have died of natural causes, as she recovered from a crash that caused serious head injuries.