1:25 - "Buttercup" the baby giraffe born last week at the Santa Barbara Zoo, was seen taking its first steps.
0:44 - Tattoo artists and enthusiasts gathered at the 8th Annual International Tattoo Convention in Bogota, Colombia.
0:56 - Workers in Brazil were putting the final touches to the world's largest floating Christmas tree in Rio de Janeiro. The tree was given its first Guinness World Records certification as the world's tallest Christmas tree in 1999.
0:39 - World renowned Cuban ballet dancers are returning home following a recent relaxation of the country's laws on travel and income which have made it easier for native dancers to come back.
0:48 - Uruguay's President Jose Mujica said that he has received a million-dollar offer to buy his blue 1987 Volkswagen Beetle, which has become a symbol of the Uruguayan leader's austere lifestyle.
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.