Madrid: Sheep take over streets in defense of grazing (PHOTOS)
Around 2,000 sheep took over the streets of Madrid, as shepherds defended ancient grazing, migration and droving rights.
Novartis flu vaccines banned by some European countries
Italy, Switzerland, Spain and Germany are concerned about quality after white particles were discovered in some vaccines.
Companies are sitting on more cash than ever before
Corporations are reluctant to spend, fearing double-dip recession.
What caused deadly Spanish earthquake? Scientists think deep wells could be to blame
New research finds that deep well helped spark deadly Lorca earthquake, in worrisome new evidence that human intervention can cause geologic disaster
Spain regional elections: Exit polls show Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy won vote in Galicia
Exit polls show Spain Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy won the vote in his home province of Galicia today, marking a key victory in regional elections.
EU goes back to bland
Crisis tensions ease as European leaders take a step toward banking union.
Prestige oil spill trial opens in Spain
The Prestige oil spill in 2002 was the worst environmental disaster in Spain's history.
The Balkanization of Europe?
Do sweeping election victories for Belgian separatists mean Belgium, Britain and Spain are headed for history’s scrap heap?
Standard & Poor's cuts Spain credit rating to near junk status
Standard & Poor's cut its credit rating for Spain to near junk status, citing the country's deepening economic crisis.
Red Cross appeals for money to aid poor in Spain (VIDEO)
Spain's economic crisis has left 25 percent of its working age population unemployed, and the Red Cross says it urgently needs funds to support the country's poor.
Spain: More protests against austerity measures
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across Spain in protests against punishing government austerity measures.
2 injured, 12 detained as Madrid protests turn violent again
Madrid protests turn violent again after protesters clash with riot police near Parliament.
Anti-austerity protests in Spain, Portugal draw tens of thousands (PHOTOS)
Anti-austerity protests in Spain and Portugal drew tens of thousands of protesters into the streets.
British woman vanishes from Mediterranean cruise ship, prompting fevered search
Woman goes missing as vessel sails from Portugal to Barcelona, and is suspected to have fallen overboard
Flash floods kill 10 in southern Spain, injures 35 people
The provinces of Malaga and Almeria were the hardest hit, after strong flooding caused by heavy rains overturned cars and forced evacuations.
Spain, Portugal brace for more anti-austerity protests
Spain and Portugal are preparing for more widespread protests against anti-austerity measures.
Spanish banks need up to $76 billion to stay afloat, assessment finds
Half of the banks assessed will be able to survive without emergency funds, according to the audit.
Spain says banks need $77 billion to survive
As a new audit reveals the scale of the country’s banking black hole, Germany makes it harder to climb out.
Spain risks further unrest with austerity budget
The government cuts $50 billion in a budget that treads fine line between public anger and market doubts.
Spain's budget announced amidst social unrest and market pressures
Spain's budget for 2013 includes new austerity measures including tax hikes and deep spending cuts.
Chatter: Spain prepares to tighten its belt, even more
Madrid will announce a new money-saving budget laster today, the UN General Assembly is wild, and the NFL and its refs call a truce.
Protests puncture euro zone optimism
The euro crisis is back: Spanish riots, Greek strikes and German backtracking compound the effects of grim economic data.
Madrid: Protestors call for new elections, reject austerity measures
Spanish demonstrators surrounded Madrid's Congress building to protest austerity measures and call for new elections.
Spain next test for euro zone
As a possible way out of the crisis takes shape, pressure mounts on the Spanish prime minister to request aid.
Companies target European poor with Third World marketing
From austerity menus to mega-discounting and low-cost packaging, businesses are changing their marketing to profit from Europe’s new poor.
Infamous 'Ecce Homo' restoration granny demands royalty money
Spaniard Cecilia Giménez, internationally famous for her remarkable lack of restoration skills, want a slice of the infamy pie.
Cecilia Gimenez, the woman who 'restored' the Jesus fresco, is now suing her church
Cecilia Gimenez ruined the "Ecce Homo" painting in Spain when she tried to restore it. Now she's suing.
Shakira is pregnant
Colombian popstar Shakira announced on her website today that she was pregnant.
Tens of thousands rally in Spain against austerity measures
The rally comes on the heels of an announcement by the country's finance minister, who said that further cuts and wage decreases were about to be enacted.
Spain: Austerity cuts are prompting medical “apartheid”
Doctors rebel against rules forbidding public healthcare workers from treating illegal immigrants.
Spain: Catalonia independence rally draws more than a million (PHOTOS)
The annual independence rally in Catalonia drew around 1.5 million people in Barcelona, as they protested Spain's tax laws.