César González Barrón, who appeared in the 2006 movie “Nacho Libre,” became unresponsive during a wrestling bout on Saturday. No cause of death has been released.
“The House of the Pain of Others,” by the Mexican writer Julián Herbert, revisits the murder of 300 Chinese immigrants over three days in 1911, during the Mexican Revolution.
Eric Rutkow’s “The Longest Line on the Map” recounts the repeated efforts to build a Pan-American highway.
Netflix has dropped Spanish subtitles from “Roma" after the director Alfonso Cuarón called them “parochial, ignorant and offensive to Spaniards themselves.”
Soul-stirring Spanish American art is finally being awarded center stage status in North American museums — and it’s sensuous and rapturous.
Mattel’s doll is modeled after the Mexican artist, but some say the likeness is off and a family member says the company does not have rights to her image.
Tatiana Bilbao brings empathy to the task of designing low-cost housing, overturning convention as a result
In his memoir, “The Line Becomes a River,” Francisco Cantú argues that he needed to be a Border Patrol agent to understand immigration.
Christoph Büchel, the artist provocateur, proposes protecting the border wall prototypes as a national monument because they “talk so much about our history.”