A fireball “turned night into day” in Spain this weekend

Observatories in Toledo, Granada and Seville recorded the entry of a fragment of the Encke comet over the southeast of the peninsula in the early hours of Saturday morning


Graffiti artists assault three passengers on Barcelona Metro

One of the suspects sprayed paint in the face of a pregnant woman, after a group of 34 people got off a train to vandalize the exterior


Spanish Church abuse victim: “He didn’t stop until he saw that we were on the verge of tears”

The Salesian religious order has stood by Father López Luna, who is under investigation for abusing a 13-year-old. The following testimony is one of several making up an EL PAÍS series exposing decades of offenses by the clergy


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, November 5, 2018


Forgiving Trump

In January 2016, Donald Trump said: “I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters.” When Americans vote in the mid-term elections this Tuesday, we’ll see if that is really true


Rise in Social Security affiliations points to rebound in the Spanish job market

But unemployment also grew last month, with a total of 3.2 million people out of work, according to figures released on Monday by the Labor Ministry