Skip to content

Happening Now

Help a military member win a laptop this Christmas

Iñaki Urdangarin, Duke Of Palma De Mallorca

Latest Stories

093f678f5c4223054b0f6a706700af67.jpg

093f678f5c4223054b0f6a706700af67.jpg

In this May 21, 2004 file photo, Spain's Princess Cristina, centre and her husband Inaki Urdangarin arrive at The Pardo Palace on the outskirts of Madrid for a dinner for guests attending the wedding of Crown Prince Felipe and Letizia Ortiz. In an unprecedented court appearance on Saturday Feb. 8, 2014 for a direct descendent of a Spanish king, Princess Cristina will answer questions from a judge who has formally named her as a fraud and money laundering suspect. The case is a direct offshoot of one led by the same judge in an investigation of her husband Inaki Urdangarin for allegedly using his position as the Duke of Palma to embezzle public contracts via the Noos Institute, a supposedly nonprofit foundation he set up that channeled money to other businesses. Spain’s royal family just wants the case that has now dragged on for years to end rapidly so the monarchy can try to rebuild the trust it once had. (AP Photo/Paul White File)

fa2679195c3f23054b0f6a706700aa2b.jpg

fa2679195c3f23054b0f6a706700aa2b.jpg

In this Oct. 4, 1997 file photo, Spain's Princess Cristina, left is escorted to the Barcelona cathedral by her father King Juan Carlos prior to getting married to Inaki Urdangarin. In an unprecedented court appearance on Saturday Feb. 8, 2014 for a direct descendent of a Spanish king, Princess Cristina will answer questions from a judge who has formally named her as a fraud and money laundering suspect. The case is a direct offshoot of one led by the same judge in an investigation of her husband Inaki Urdangarin for allegedly using his position as the Duke of Palma to embezzle public contracts via the Noos Institute, a supposedly nonprofit foundation he set up that channeled money to other businesses. Spain’s royal family just wants the case that has now dragged on for years to end rapidly so the monarchy can try to rebuild the trust it once had. (AP Photo/Armando Franca, File)

c047873c5c3d23054b0f6a706700f614.jpg

c047873c5c3d23054b0f6a706700f614.jpg

In this Nov. 2, 2005 file photo, Spain's Princess Cristina, left waves beside her husband Inaki Urdangarin from a car in Madrid, Spain. In an unprecedented court appearance on Saturday Feb. 8, 2014 for a direct descendent of a Spanish king, Princess Cristina will answer questions from a judge who has formally named her as a fraud and money laundering suspect. The case is a direct offshoot of one led by the same judge in an investigation of her husband Inaki Urdangarin for allegedly using his position as the Duke of Palma to embezzle public contracts via the Noos Institute, a supposedly nonprofit foundation he set up that channeled money to other businesses. Spain’s royal family just wants the case that has now dragged on for years to end rapidly so the monarchy can try to rebuild the trust it once had. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza, File)

spain-royal-family_mugshot_four_by_three.jpg

spain-royal-family_mugshot_four_by_three.jpg

** FILE ** Spain's Princess Cristina and her husband Inaki Urdangarin arrive at The Pardo Palace on the outskirts of Madrid for a dinner for guests attending the wedding of Crown Prince Felipe and Letizia Ortiz, May 24, 2004. On Wednesday April 3, 2013 a Spanish court named the king’s daughter Princess Cristina as a suspect in a corruption case involving her husband and will be called in for questioning on April 27. (Associated Press)

Spain Royal Family.jpg

Spain Royal Family.jpg

** FILE ** Spain's Princess Cristina and her husband Inaki Urdangarin arrive at The Pardo Palace on the outskirts of Madrid for a dinner for guests attending the wedding of Crown Prince Felipe and Letizia Ortiz, May 24, 2004. On Wednesday April 3, 2013 a Spanish court named the king’s daughter Princess Cristina as a suspect in a corruption case involving her husband and will be called in for questioning on April 27. (Associated Press)