Two more months of uncertainty await, as Socialists lose second vote

Party chief Pedro Sánchez’s bid to be voted in as prime minister fails once more


Santiago Calatrava: “Self-criticism is necessary”

EL PAÍS meets one of the most controversial architects of his time


Former Brazilian president’s home searched by police in Petrobras probe

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva taken away for questioning as part of anti-corruption investigation

Latin America

Mexico will not pay for Trump’s wall – “under any circumstances”

Minister describes plan for a fence at the 3,200-kilometer border an “absurd, terrible idea”


Amid little fanfare in Manhattan, Santiago Calatrava’s hub opens

Spanish architect’s Oculus is the most expensive train station ever built


Spain’s ghost city comes to life

For years a symbol of the property crash, El Quiñón in Seseña is starting to attract residents

An open letter from the editor-in-chief of EL PAÍS to the newspaper’s staff

Antonio Caño has held a meeting with the workforce to explain the imminent transformation of the newspaper into a media outlet that is, above all, digital