New case relates to contract awarded for pope’s visit to Valencia in 2006
Witnesses called to testify in Garzón trial say justice "has turned its back" on them
Supreme Court agrees to hear complaint filed by web users group
Spaniards spent more time than ever watching the box in 2011 Average person sees 239 minutes of programming daily
Rubalcaba makes an unusual gesture on the floor of parliament
Giandomenico Tiepolo’s revealing series goes on show for first time in Madrid
Two major exhibitions to commemorate 80th anniversary of artist’s death.
Report says economy to shed 2,000 jobs per day
Gallardón calls planned reform "most liberal thing I will have done" PP planning to change public school curriculum, changing civic education
Madrid City Hall wants to bulldoze part of Europe's biggest shanty town
Treasurer hunter have until February 27 to ask for a review of the case
Gerardo Díaz Ferrán charged with pocketing 4.4 million euros from his travel agency
De Guindos says goal is "to get banking out of Spain's problems"
Editorial calls trials "an offense against justice and history"
Michael O'Leary poses for photos amid demonstration in airport
Thousands take to streets in demonstration against austerity drive
Opposition will vote against law that calls for zero-percent deficit