1:19 - Churches all around the country offered drive thru - ashes or ashes to go for Christians too busy to get to church to celebrate the beginning of lent.
0:49 - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is on the Who's Who list for the 2014 CPAC event, which begins Thursday and runs through Saturday and will be held at a resort just outside Washington, D.C.
3:43 - Fox’s Maria Molina takes on the Rocky Mountains.
4:10 - Fox's Maria Molina gives some tips on how to survive an avalanche.
1:30 - Six top schools at the Sambadrome show off their spectacular floats and exotic dancers.
6:42 - This week we have an intimate discussion with a woman who has been on both sides of the fence. After working as a substance abuse counselor and being clean from more than 16 years, Staci Assael got hooked on painkillers after a bus accident.
5:55 - Find out in the video techniques to push through present challenges for a better future, how to calmly handle crisis and adversity, as well as what it means to “create possibilities” and how we can get started.
2:13 - A South Florida artist is apologizing for smashing a vase valued at $1 million that was part of a museum exhibit by noted Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei.
0:37 - South Florida police said artist Maximo Caminero is facing charges after they said he smashed a $1 million vase at a new Miami art museum.
4:11 - Sky, a wire fox terrier, wins the terrier group during the Westminster Kennel Club dog show.
2:06 - A grande dame of New York Fashion Week, Carolina Herrera presents her Fall/Winter 2014 collection in the big apple.
3:47 - Are you ready to surprise your loved ones with this delicious dessert recipe? Brownie and dulce de leche is the perfect combination for this Valentine's day. Enjoy!
1:06 - Locals claim Virgin Mary statue has begun weeping tears in Israel. Visitors come to see if there are tears coming from the statue, and many pray or sing hymns or take photographs of the statue.
1:28 - Fashion week is in full swing in New York City, but that's not the only primping going on. From flatirons to top knots, pups at the Westminster Dog Show are rivaling the models.
5:09 - Fashion is taking center stage this week in New York. Venezuelan Angel Sanchez speaks about overcoming the stereotypes placed on designers from Latin America.
1:27 - Facebook makes connecting with people so easy, but sometimes those connections are leading to breakups and plenty of divorces.
0:29 - In New York City, around 150 middle school students were given football pointers by Hall of Fame lineman Anthony Muñoz.
6:46 - Joining us this week on MY Lifestyle Extra on Fox News Latino is Omar Sharif, Jr. of GLAAD, the national organization pushing for fair and accurate reporting of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
0:13 - It was not clear what happened to the doves as they flew off.
0:45 - Latinos in America are generally optimistic about the future, despite still facing challenges such as discrimination and concerns over job security and personal finances.
4:29 - Dash cam video of Sgt. Ariel Soltura stopping to play football with a boy who was all by himself is drawing national attention as a example of true community policing.
5:27 - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is a historical icon to all Americans. As we celebrate his holiday, we take a moment to remember him and to take a look at the civil rights issues of our time.
4:52 - As more and more Latin influence pours into mainstream media, one media expert is calling 2014 the “Year of the Latino.”
0:27 - Check out some of the new cars and experimental concept vehicles unveiled this year
0:35 - The son of notorious Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar has launched a clothing line that uses images of his father's documents, causing some controversy.
1:08 - Chevrolet Silverado, GM's full-size pickup was named Truck Of The Year. Incoming CEO Mary Barra of GMC talks about winning most outstanding vehicles of the year.
4:09 - Find out how to use smaller, easier steps to overcome the big tasks that scare us, plus other helpful tips for accomplishing everything you want by facing the fear.
0:42 - A couple in Houston say a hospital nurse gave them the wrong baby.
5:51 - How can you jump start your resolutions and keep them? Dr. Judy Kuriansky gives us simple tips to make it happen for you in 2014.
2:46 - Cheers to the New Year with this easy coquito recipe. Salud!
5:01 - Find out what Actor Wilmer Valderrama and Evette Rios plan to do for the holidays and great gift ideas.
2:55 - Enjoy this traditional Christmas recipe, and feel free to add additional ingredients depending on your family's preferences. See part 1.
4:31 - Enjoy this traditional Christmas recipe, and feel free to add additional ingredients depending on your family's preferences. See part 1.
6:01 - This week we’re joined by Adriana Aristizabal, co-founder and president of the Colombian Film Festival in New York City.
0:20 - Pope Francis blowing out birthday candles at Saint Martha's House, his residence at the Vatican, surrounded by children.
2:21 - Woman displays holiday spirit with 277 Christmas trees inside her home.
1:13 - Faithful make pilgrimage to commemorate Day of Virgin of Guadalupe.
0:30 - Pope Francis has been named Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2013 beating out N.S.A. leaker Edward Snowden.
5:30 - These tips will help you embellish and personalize your gifts to your loved ones. Happy holidays!
5:38 - It’s impressive how many of Dominican beauty salons seemed to defy all economic odds even during the great recession.
6:54 - Velez-Mitchell goes in depth into the Jodi Arias trial, offering new details about the woman who she says suffered from mental illness and sexual addiction.
1:34 - A mystery diner, or group of diners, has been leaving thousands of dollars in tips all over the country with '@tipsforjesus' stamps on it.
1:50 - An expert gives tips on how to avoid scams on Cyber Monday.
4:25 - This week we’re joined by Pablo Velez, Esq. of Velez and Cipriano to find out the best tips on finding the perfect attorney for you, plus some of the misconceptions about hiring one.
5:18 - Enjoy this turkey with a Latin twist recipe with friends and family this Thanksgiving day.
4:51 - The Ailes Apprentice Program is an exclusive education program founded by Roger Ailes, Chairman & CEO, of Fox News to promote diversity within broadcast and cable journalism.
5:12 - George Duran joins us this week to show us some easy dishes to prepare for the family as the holidays approach.
2:17 - Cuban musician Arturo Sandoval and Mexican chemist Mario Molina receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
0:34 - Vending machine gives free subway ticket in return for 30 squats in run-up to winter Olympics.
4:31 - Fernando Botero is a Latino who continues to create a large legacy as one of the most creative and timeless artists of our time.
1:26 - An environmental activist "married" a tree in Buenos Aires in an effort to draw attention to global environmental concerns.
5:21 - Find out why Kundalini is called the “mother of all yogas,” how this form of spiritual fitness can help us in our modern lives.
1:41 - A young boy takes centre stage during a speech by Pope Francis at a family event, refusing to leave his side.
2:24 - Here is a tasty drink recipe to serve this Halloween by Mi Cocina's Elizabeth Carrion.
1:01 - Brazilian surfer Maya Gabeira had to be rescued after nearly drowning while surfing a monster wave in Praia do Norte in Portugal.
0:12 - During a monster day at the Portuguese big wave surf spot Nazaré, Brazilian surfer Carlos Burle rode what has been labeled arguably the biggest wave ever ridden.
1:40 - Hundreds of people dressed as zombies walked through the streets of Caracas as a way of enjoying the city at night.
5:40 - This week we talk about being bisexual with our guest Pedro Julio Serrano of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.
2:21 - A mom desperate to feed her family shoplifted at a local grocery store but instead of arresting her a police officer went beyond the call of duty to help the struggling single mother.