Her father the King was a hero for standing up to a military coup attempt, but Princess Cristina’s contribution to Spanish modernity may be facing the judicial system
The disturbingly common and discomfiting norovirus hits Noma in Copenhagen — and the culinary world is almost unappetizingly gleeful
The king was once among the most admired people in the country but now his son-in-law has tarnished the crown. Can another royal lead the way out?
Communism nearly led to the extinction of a local breed of swine. Now it’s back and leading a renaissance in Hungarian cuisine
Spain’s economic boom bolstered corruption but such opaque practices have made all parties and a host of politicians targets for criticism and prosecution
Two proindependence parties could form an alliance in the regional parliament and call for a referendum — if they can do a deal on economic policy
The country saw its first crisis-linked suicide in late October. And there is little good news to buoy the spirits of everyone else
Immense legal and economic roadblocks lie in the way of any move toward independence. And then of course, there are the politicians.
Hundreds of thousands march for Catalan independence as economic pressure boosts secessionist sentiment
After a failed restoration job made international front pages, conservationists, art critics and tourism officials all have their opinion on what to do with the fresco