Spanish man arrested after filming himself dancing on his moving car

The authorities found a number of videos on the 22-year-old’s Instagram account of his dangerous driving, and of him insulting police officers

Spanish royal family

Spanish king’s brother-in-law leaves prison for first time to work as volunteer

Iñaki Urdangarin, who is married to Felipe VI’s sister Cristina, will spend two days a week helping disabled adults as he completes his five-year prison sentence for embezzlement


Guardian Angels are patrolling Barcelona, but not everyone is pleased to see them

The Catalan authorities are warning that two volunteer crime-busting groups on the city’s subway system are “extremely dangerous” and “borderline criminal”

Spanish elections

With new election in sight, Spain’s Socialists seek to win over disgruntled centrist voters

Party leaders believe there are around a million people who voted for Ciudadanos in April who could switch allegiances at upcoming polls


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, September 19, 2019


Are early school schedules leaving Spanish teens “jet lagged”?

According to one pediatrician, starting the first class of the day an hour later would improve secondary students’ academic performance and behavior