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Jitters Rise in Europe As Merkel Can’t Form Government
If Angela Merkel can no longer govern Germany, how can Germany govern the EU?
Protests Erupt in Catalonia After Former Leaders Are Jailed
“This is a black day for democracy and for Catalonia,” the mayor of Barcelona said.
Spain Votes to Take Control of Catalonia After Region Declares Independence
Things seem to be at a breaking point.
Spain Is Dealing With an Unprecedented Political Crisis
Madrid prepares to bring Catalonia under its direct control, a move it has never undertaken in the history of its democracy.
Catalonia’s Independence Drive Is a Critical Stress Test for Spain’s Democracy
One of Western Europe’s youngest democracies, Spain risks backsliding into authoritarianism, or even civil war.
Spanish Police Crack Down Violently on Catalonia Independence Vote
Hundreds were injured on Sunday.
Catalonia Prepares for Referendum That Spanish Government Vows to Stop
Chaos may ensue on Sunday.
Catalonia Is Making Plans to Split From Spain by 2017
The northern region doesn’t care what the rest of Spain thinks.
Steven Spielberg and Dreamworks Fulfill a Dream
Plus: Sherri Shepherd goes solo.