RIO OLYMPICS

The prostitutes of the Rio Olympics

EL PAÍS follows a group of Brazilian women who left their studies and families temporarily behind in the hopes of making fast money during the Games

EQUAL PAY

Asking about pay in job interviews: now illegal in Massachusetts

The state will bar companies from asking interviewees about their compensation history, a practice that perpetuates disparity between men and women

RIO GAMES

Team Spain hopes the sweet smell of success will overcome Rio’s stench

The stink from the Jacarepagua Lagoon hasn’t dented the Spanish Olympic team’s determination to bring home gold

BRAZIL

Brazil’s interim president faces embarrassing Olympic opening ceremony

Deeply unpopular Michel Temer has come to symbolize widespread ambivalence about hosting Games as economic recession deepens

OPINION

A mutating crisis

The internal fracturing of traditional political parties is the most recent victim of instability caused by the financial collapse

CARTOONS

Forges

Forges cartoon August 5

ENVIRONMENT

At least 2,500 people evacuated as Canary Islands blaze spreads

Park ranger killed on Wednesday; authorities say German man arrested after setting fire to toilet paper in woodland

SPANISH POLITICS

Spanish PM yields next to nothing in bid to secure reinstatement

His only likely backers, the Socialists and Ciudadanos, say he refuses to make concessions they consider key to a more democratic, streamlined government

FASHION

The tailors of Burgos take on the couturiers of Milan

Founded in Briviesca in 2011 by five locals, the Antonaga label makes more than 5,000 suits a year

EL VIAJERO

Perfect your all-over tan along Portugal’s Atlantic coastline

Spain's western neighbor has miles and miles of unspoiled beaches where nudists can enjoy the sun in privacy

THE AMERICAS

Trump’s broadsides widen rift within the Republican Party

The presidential candidate refuses to endorse top conservative leaders Paul Ryan and John McCain for reelection, straining an already delicate relationship