Archaeologists made the stunning discovery while scanning the pyramid for damage after the devastating 2017 central Mexican earthquake.
The 'Dance of the 41' changed the way that Mexico interpreted gender and sexuality forever.
Approximately 700 miles of barbed wire, chain link, post-and-rail and wire mesh fencing has been erected along the border.
Chinese immigrants, escaped slaves, and Native Americans were all people U.S. forces tried to keep on one side or the other.
As many as 1.3 million people may have been swept up in the Eisenhower-era campaign.
School segregation, lynchings and mass deportations of Spanish-speaking U.S. citizens are just some of the injustices Latinos have faced.
Archaeologists in Mexico are exploring an underground tunnel, sealed for nearly 2,000 years, in the hopes of unlocking the mysteries of the ancient city of Teotihuacán.
Take a look at the history of Tex-Mex, the regional cuisine that food snobs love to hate and millions love to consume.
Surrounded by thousands of Mexican troops and facing near-certain death, Lieutenant Colonel William B. Travis wrote what is considered to be one of history’s most heroic letters.
Check out six surprising facts about the flamboyant Mexican political and military ruler.