A court probe has found that Spain's ruling Popular Party ran an illegal slush fund for 18 years, a judge said on Monday, reviving a corruption scandal that has embarrassed the government.
A controversial sculpture of former king Juan Carlos of Spain being sodomized has finally gone on display in Barcelona.
Palma de Mallorca has topped a Sunday Times list of "the best places to live" beating destinations across the world with its "picturesque old town", "fancy shops" and "slow-paced charm".
Spain reported the third highest number of dangerous products in 2014, according to new figures released by the European Commission on Monday.
A minority win for the PSOE, devastation for the PP, and the rise of two newcomers. What do the Andalusian election results mean for Spain's political parties?
A French businessman has been awarded €8,400 in compensation for serving jail time after Spanish police mistook the soap he was transporting for cocaine.
A convicted killer has been arrested in the Caranry Islands just days after appearing on a “most wanted” fugitives list.
Spain's economy minister turned the screw on Athens ahead of a meeting between the leaders of debt-wracked Greece and economic powerhouse Germany in Berlin on Monday.
Spain's anti-austerity Podemos party on Sunday took third place in a regional vote in Andalusia seen as a crucial test for the political newcomer ahead of the country's most unpredictable general election in decades.