Roberto Bautista-Agut and Feliciano López lose in opening round of World Group
Five schools have a month to comply with ruling imposing 25-percent quota after parents’ suit
Number of people taking their own life rose 11 percent in 2012
The Mexican president said his country's investors want to "participate in the economic modernization of the island."
El Salvador's first left-wing president analyzes the situation in his country ahead of elections on February 2
Both BBVA and Caixabank enjoy higher earnings last year
Annual increase in consumer prices in Spain slowed to 0.2 percent in January
Spanish lenders’ exposure to sovereign debt will be a key focus of attention
The writer provided an essential voice for Spain in a career spanning more than 50 years
Despite being told of what was going to happen, 7,000 supporters turned up to cheer on their team
Infanta Cristina will be spared having to walk down ramp on foot when she comes in for questioning
The €12m property will be maintained by employees until court case ends
"At the time of the attack on the vehicle I was in, we were alone on the road”
Obama’s unambitious State of the Union address reflects his lack of support in Congress
The worst thing about the economic situation that our country is going through is that it serves to subjugate the Spanish people
Sáenz de Santamaría insists government policy toward terrorism is to never "let its guard down"