Spanish resorts languish while Madrid hosts Europe's parties

In Madrid the real party starts at 11 p.m. after the bars close — and curfew kicks in. That’s when young, polyglot groups of revelers from Italy, the Netherlands, Germany and, most noticeably, France join their Spanish contemporaries in Old Madrid’s narrow

China approves changes to Hong Kong election laws

China s top legislature approved amendments to Hong Kong s constitution on Tuesday that will give Beijing more control over the makeup of the city’s legislature. The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress passed the amendments on the final day of

Biden wants infrastructure package approved over summer

President Joe Biden is aiming for summer passage of an infrastructure plan that is expected to cost more than $3 trillion, and the White House hopes to take a more deliberate and collaborative approach with the contentious Congress than it did on

N. Korea calls South's leader 'a parrot raised by America'

North Korea called South Korea’s president “a parrot raised by America” Tuesday, resuming its trademark derisive rhetoric against its rivals amid renewed animosities on the Korean Peninsula. Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un issued the

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