When is a joke not a joke? When it starts to erode a fundamental human right.
Diners deployed a giant conga dance as a pretext to head outside to their cars and flee the scene.
The UK has flared tensions with Spain over what happens to the territory after Brexit. But this war of words has been going on for centuries.
Gibraltarians have their own unique sense of Britishness, but in many ways it's a recent development.
Can Spain learn from a decade marked by high-profile political corruption scandals involving money embezzled from regional governments and mismanagement in urban planning and construction?
Spain has been transformed into a democratic laboratory, where the participation and use of new communication strategies are ready for experimentation and innovation.
The worst case scenario could put pressure on the NHS.
Spiralling living costs on a diminshed pension has come with uncertainty about the future.
With Spain spying an opportunity and major questions about economic stability, Brexit is causing sleepless nights on the Rock.
Over the years, Puerto Ricans have in fact been granted three different types of U.S. citizenship, but questions about their rights and equal treatment as citizens still remain.
The people who voted for the new American president may not be as hard for the Left to reach as it may appear.
Podemos positioned itself as leading a revolt by the people against the political system. Now, as Spain's third-largest party, it is part of that system and has some difficult decisions to make.
After two elections and months of deadlock, a minority administration has been agreed. But the situation is far from stable.
The Catalans have no trouble telling their story of oppression through culture. The Scots find it trickier.
As life gets faster and working hours get longer, it's tempting to think the Sandman is paying us ever shorter visits.
Why would the Philippine president risk alienating an important and generous ally?
With two votes failing to produce a government, caretaker PM Mariano Rajoy is running out of options.
For many contemporary observers, the Spanish Civil War was seen as very much of a piece with the war against Hitler and Mussolini. But then things changed. Why?
Lionel Messi is not the first footballer to break financial laws and he probably won't be the last.
Madrid may hold the key to Scotland's future – for several reasons.