The Univision journalist, who has a new book out, discusses covering the Trump administration as a Mexican American dual citizen living in the United States.
“Sideways” director Alexander Payne shrinks the world’s problems in “Downsizing.”
Vladimir Putin's end-of-year presser lasted nearly four hours, and included a few moments of drama.
But its mission will live on, writes Andrew Lam.
Superman, a native of the fictional planet of “Krypton,” landed on Earth as an infant. Without papers.
Jack Shaheen, a Lebanese-American, spent decades documenting and criticizing the way the movie and television industry stereotypes Arabs and Middle Easterners. He passed away last week.
The killing of a high-profile reporter, Javier Valdez Cárdenas, has sparked outrage throughout the country.
YouTube has given a generation of diverse superstars a place to start their careers. But can they find a place in the far less diverse Hollywood scene?
Many Russians are swooning over Donald Trump. But journalists there are sizing him up as an impulsive populist, like their own leader.
Can "diverse" journalists be unbiased when the issue of diversity itself has become politicized?
When Tavis Smiley went to Cuba in the late 1990s, he found himself in the middle of an awkward exchange with dictator Fidel Castro.