Last Saturday’s boxing match between Mexico’s “Canelo” Álvarez and Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto had all the joy and heartache of a fight between two beleaguered sides.
A new journalism project by Animal Político and El Daily Post creates an interactive resource based on government documents, interviews, media reports and other data.
A database created by the Texas Observer and Baylor University will show the items left by migrants who died while crossing the border.
By allowing Texas officials to continue denying birth certificates to the U.S.-born children of undocumented parents, a federal judge places the rights of the state over the rights of citizens.
Mexican-born artist Ana Teresa Fernández painted the border fence separating the beaches of California and Baja California to show what life might be like without the wall.
Beyond being a nationalist and an ardent supporter of Cuban independence, José Martí was what Obama, Castro and Pope Francis cannot claim to be: a liberal democrat.
As the Mexican-American War was just getting started farther east, a newly formed society on the Pacific Coast was battling to control its destiny under the threat of two opposing governments.