What’s going on in Europe and particularly in Spain? We’ll bring you the news in this section.
The back and forth mudslinging that has been happening in this most unusual presidential campaign has people wondering just who they will vote for in November. The Vice-Presidential pick just might tip the scales one way or the other
In many cases the Prince of Asturias actually stole a march on the Nobel prizes by several years despite the fact that the former were almost a century late in getting created
The only good thing that happened on 12 October was the rain!
Many city folk dream of vast plots of land, a big red barn, and a veranda equipped with comfortable rocking chairs and hanging loveseat swings. But a working ranch is just that: work!
While their respective supporters remain firm behind Clinton and Trump, many voters are terrified either will win! Some are turning politics off, watching football games and thinking about planting their Spring Gardens!
When flammable passion combines with fabulous corporate funds, it lights a fire under a venerable if obsolescent aircraft and sends it flying back to the skies
The law is the law and Christmas Day election is what the Spaniards are going to get , unless . . .
“One of the most poignant descriptions in the book is the farewell to the International Brigades as their battle is coming to a close. As they marched down the Diagonal in Barcelona 300,000 Spaniards wept, cheered, waved and threw flowers, confetti, and notes of thanks”
This could possibly be a “dead or alive” situation. It is to be hoped, though, that Diana has simply run away from home, a possibility that could not be ruled out even at this late date
“The World Health Organization has declared the Zika virus “a global public health emergency”. The good news is that trials of a Zika vaccine will likely start in September this year (2016) though a vaccine ready for the general public won’t be available until the beginning of 2018. “