Prior to Sunday’s debacle, Pedro Sánchez had insisted he'd ride out his four-year term with leftist government coalition partner United We Can.
European Commissioner Thierry Breton said Twitter was still subject to tough new digital rules. "You can run but you can't hide."
German police are investigating Waters on "suspicion of incitement" after he evoked fascist imagery at his May 17 concert.
Officials arrested a man on suspicion of criminal damage after crashing into the gates of Downing Street, where UK prime minister Rishi Sunak lives.
The arrests come after an outpouring of support for the Real Madrid player after he said he was abused in Valencia.
The Real Madrid player has received racist abuse on multiple occasions since moving from Brazil five years ago, the latest during his team’s weekend loss to Valencia.
The European Union has slapped Meta with a record $1.3 billion privacy fine and ordered it to stop transferring user data across the Atlantic.
A wiretapping scandal and anger over a rail disaster wasn't enough to keep the party of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis from leading in elections.
The Ukrainian president huddled in Hiroshima with some of his biggest backers, building momentum while Russia claimed a quickly disputed battlefield victory.
In a changing climate, more rain is coming, but it’s falling on fewer days in less useful and more dangerous downpours.