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.
0:23 - Fox's Maria Molina flies with the Blue Angels and passes out.
6:14 - Find out what is Carmen Carrera doing to ensure a more fair and diverse representation of transgender people in the media, how she feels about being a trailblazer in modeling and much more.
3:33 - Ever wonder what it's like to fly in one of the Blue Angels' F/A-18 Hornets? Maria Molina shows us how it feels to travel at the speed of the sound.
2:07 - It’s been an unbelievable first year for the world’s most powerful Latino, but here are the 'Top 5 Moments’ of his first year in office – a year which some say he has renewed the world's faith in humanity.
5:15 - Find out how Laura Posada is building bridges and encouraging Latinos to try coaching, plus the biggest misconceptions about being married to a famous athlete.
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.