The Marie Kondo revolution hits Spain

In an increasingly chaotic world, the advice of the Japanese organizing guru promises to bring happiness. She has thousands of followers, and her method is not only a lifestyle choice, it is also big business

INTERVIEW | Anne Hidalgo

Mayor of Paris: “The power of Notre-Dame goes beyond the religious”

As donations pour in from all over the world, Anne Hidalgo reflects on the cathedral and its global significance


How did your neighbor vote in the 2016 Spanish election?

This map provides a detailed look at which political parties won in each census section in Spain


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, April 18, 2019


Brussels fears Spanish election may not end political instability

The EU is hoping for a “stable” majority after nearly five years without solid governments, says one high-ranking official


Spain’s election officials suspend TV debate with far-right party Vox

Its presence would violate rules on minimum congressional representation; PM Pedro Sánchez says he will instead attend a four-candidate event on public broadcaster TVE


Screened out: The Spanish teens hooked on technology

In Spain, one in every five people between the ages of 10 and 25 suffer from behavioral problems related to video games, cell phones and other digital devices