Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Tuesday said he would appear in the country's parliament on August 1st to answer questions about the scandal involving alleged illegal funding of his ruling Popular Party (PP).
The leader of Spain's opposition socialist PSOE party on Sunday conducted a wide-ranging interview with the country's El País newspaper in which he spoke up about everything from tax cuts to Catalonia to the future of the monarchy.
Spanish infrastructure group Abertis on Monday said it has agreed to sell two European airports to American operator ADC & HAS Airports Worldwide for 284 million euros ($373 million).
Spaniards are among the world's heaviest smokers and spend more per person on both alcohol and tobacco than foreign residents in the country.
Barcelona captain Carles Puyol has spoken publicly for the first time of his sadness that Tito Vilanova has had to leave his post as coach after just one season due to ill health.
José Bretón, convicted recently of murdering his two young children, has been sentenced to a total of 40 years behind bars.
A team led by a Spanish researcher has revealed that great apes like chimpanzees and orangutans can, like humans, remember events from years ago.
A Spanish hotel chain is in hot water for shutting the door on a group of guests with intellectual disabilities.
A town in the southeast of Spain has broken the Guinness World Record for the biggest-ever group 'skinny dip' with 729 naked people baring all to get wet in the Mediterranean.
The second-in-command at Spain's Marca España (Brand Spain) public relations unit has been forced to step down after he abused the country's Catalan population in an angry tweet.
Spain's prime minister, under fire over a corruption scandal, faced more pressure on Sunday as a poll indicated nearly nine in 10 Spaniards thought he should explain himself in parliament.