Gaudí's explorations of the limits of architecture ensured that building design would never be the same again.
Under a bill expected to pass, Spain will allow abortion only in cases of rape or danger to the mother.
Almost everyone agrees that Antoni Gaudí's work stands for something. But what?
A Google doodle Tuesday celebrates the legacy of Antoni Gaudí, the Catalan architect.
New government reforms aim to reduce Spain's dropout rate. But they are opposed by green-shirted protesters from the education sector, known as the Green Tide.
The Spanish prime minister and Catalonia's regional leader met secretly last week to discuss improving Catalonia's fiscal deal with Madrid in exchange for easing off its independence bid.
During his state of the union address, Prime Minister Rajoy said while 'reality is harsh,' Spain's economic recovery is certain. But the opposition – and the public – remain skeptical.
Despite signs that Spain's crippling recession might be easing, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy looks to have no easier a year in 2013 as austerity bites, Catalonia bucks, and corruption lurks.
Austerity's bite revives a long-running independence push for Spain's Catalonia. How likely is its success?
Sunday's regional elections in Catalonia threw new obstacles into its path for independence from Spain. The independence-minded Basque Country hopes to adopt Catalonia's lessons.