0:34 - More than 500 clowns from across Latin America staged a laughter session in Mexico City for world peace. They attempted to laugh non-stop for 15 minutes but fell short of the goal.
7:02 - On occasion of the launch of his new book, Bullfight: Paintings and Works on Paper, Fernando Botero spoke with Fox News Latino about his successful career, his passion for bullfighting and the art of painting.
3:11 - Cid Wilson, President & CEO of Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility in Washington D.C., talks to Fox News Latino about how Latino culture is permeating many aspects of daily life in the United States.
1:52 - Fashion designer Carolina Herrera explains her Spring 2015 collection.
1:56 - Carmen Marc Valvo talks about his Spring 2015 collection.
1:13 - Louis Ortiz, a.k.a., Bronx Obama, does an impersonation of a famous speech by the president of the U.S.
5:37 - "Louis Ortiz walked into a bar, and Barack Obama came out," says the Bronx impersonator of our current president and the subject of a new documentary.
3:28 - "Taste of the World" with Elizabeth Carrion.
3:21 - In this "Taste of the World" segment, Elizabeth Carrion shows how to make a Mexican-style horchata.
3:27 - "Taste of the World" with Elizabeth Carrion.
3:38 - "Taste of the World" with Elizabeth Carrion.
4:53 - María Agui Carter spent 12 years working on “Rebel,” a documentary about Loreta Velazquez, a Cuban-born Southerner who fought under the pseudonym Harry Buford, eventually becoming a Union spy.
7:56 - "America By The Numbers" hosted by Maria Hinojosa debuts on PBS on October 4th.
1:41 - Mariachis from all over the world gathered in the Mexican city of Guadalajara to take part in the annual International Mariachi festival.
3:09 - Jasmine Padilla, 11, got to walk out onto the field at Old Trafford Stadium accompanying a Man United player thanks to a Chevrolet promotion.
4:06 - The end of the summer is just around the corner, make sure to try these delicious summer cocktail recipes before it's completely gone.
3:23 - Doug Wilkey says that a 12-year-old neighbor's lemonade stand is an "illegal business" that brings with it headaches in the form of traffic jams, noise, littering, loitering – you name it.
0:37 - A nurse in Peru, treats from her home at least 175 cats in poor health.
0:36 - Ecuador's capital, Quito, was named "South America's Leading Destination" for the second year in a row at the 21st regional World Travel Awards gala.
0:33 - The Colombian city of Medellin –also known as the “City of Eternal Spring”– celebrates its annual flowers festival.
1:34 - Prayer is rewarded, at least in one restaurant in North Carolina. Patrons who pray before their meal get 15 percent off.
1:41 - Minorities are under represented in science, technology, engineering and math jobs--here's a program trying to fix that.
1:41 - Born in the favelas of Brazil, Passinho is normally associated with criminals and gang activity. The dancers reasserted that the dance is now just a form of art that started in the slums.
1:21 - At four days old Butterfly is a geep. Her mother, "Momma", is a sheep. Her dad "Michael" is a goat.
2:18 - Alissa Chavez's “Hot Seat” works through a seemingly very simple mechanism. It is a sensor wrapped in a pad that needs to be placed underneath the car seat.
0:54 - Dominican-American poet and writer Julia Alvarez, author of "In the Time of the Butterflies," received a National Medal of Arts at the White House, by President Barack Obama.
6:25 - "Undercover Dreams" follows the story of four undocumented high school students who enter a underwater robot competition against the likes of MIT and win.
0:36 - Argentina's last captive polar bear will remain in the country despite a petition by more than a half million people asking that it be moved to Canada.
2:18 - One of those "Rosie's" is very much alive and well, and living in Newton, Kansas. Her name is Connie Palacioz, she is 89-years-old and proud Mexican-American woman.
0:41 - Young evangelical Christians in Ciudad Juarez are dressing up as angels and taking to the streets to protest against human trafficking and violence against women.
4:52 - Meet Blue Moon’s Latino founder and master brewer, Keith Villa, whose latest creation is Cinnamon Horchata Ale.
0:52 - Starbucks is making its much-anticipated debut in the land of coffee, Colombia.
4:28 - Ranch family fights feds for grazing rights.
4:42 - Steven Robles came face-to-face with a great white shark.
1:34 - Fox News Latino walked the streets of New York City asking people.
0:55 - La Roja has already left the 2014 World Cup. However, there is still some Spanish representation in Brazil off the field: a Galician company keeps selling the official jewelry of the team.
1:51 - Before they began arriving in this Natal for the World Cup, another American invasion occurred 70 years ago – one that locals say helped change the face of the town.
2:09 - Bryan Llenas reports on Brazil's national drink, the sugarcane liquor cachaça.
10:09 - A look at the some of the best- and the worst-dressed teams when they take the field at the World Cup.
2:39 - Rio de Janeiro’s hillside favelas are seeing an influx of tourists, money – and police – for the World Cup.
5:39 - Watch to find out how to connect to your higher self and how people who think they may have psychic abilities can tap into them.
6:42 - Fleet Week in New York City gives Marines and Sailors a chance to interact with civilians.
0:38 - After an uproar from Latino activists and authors, Chipotle Mexican Grill has responded to the lack of diversity in its new branding campaign.
6:15 - Dr. Dennis Cummins shares three essential steps to achieving success in any area of life.
0:49 - Osmany Corteguera, is graduating from Hialeah high school with a 6.47 weighted GPA and a near perfect score on the SAT. He applied to 12 universities and was accepted to all of them.
5:12 - Common everyday distractions like text messages and social media can become walls that separate us from human intimacy, forming barriers to the art of listening and engaged dialogue.
5:32 - Click on this video to take a peek at the story behind the story of a Latina who turned to Buddhism during a difficult period in her life.
3:59 - Mixologist Moses Laboy brings you two great ideas to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
5:36 - The business of sex trafficking is a dark reality in this nation and hiding in the shadows are mostly immigrant women who have been coerced into coming into the country with promises of work.
0:29 - A zonkey, a cross between a zebra and a donkey, born in a zoo in Mexico.
1:43 - Inmates from a Peru prison performed the musical 'Jesus Christ Superstar' as part of Holy Week celebrations.
7:15 - Arianna Huffington’s new book, “Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being,” touts the idea that success isn’t just calculated by fortune, hard work and career achievements.
4:05 - Army veteran Perfecto Sanchez honors our heroes in new series “Against All Odds.”
6:04 - Astrologer Susan Miller makes predictions on the future of Venezuela, Chile and the missing Malaysia flight.
0:40 - The Latino Economic Empowerment Round Table wants to have neighborhoods like Peru Village, Little Venezuela, Paseo Colombia, Guatemalan Mayan Village and Oaxacan Corridor officially added to the Los Angeles’ map.
0:33 - Mermaids, angels and even the Eiffel Tower rose up from the beaches of Acapulco, Mexico as part of an annual sand sculpture competition.
5:11 - Despite being arguably the most important Latino leader in U.S. history, here are five things you didn't know about Cesar Chavez that'll blow your mind.
5:42 - Lance Rios, founder of Being Latino, talks about the nationwide competition.
4:50 - When Eunique Jones-Gibson began photographing children in costume last year to resemble some of the prominent leaders who came before them, the project became a viral hit.
1:49 - This week the people of Valencia, Spain welcomed spring in noisy, colorful and spectacular fashion; Las Fallas Festival.