0:51 - A week before Michael Brown was killed by police in Ferguson, an anarmed Omar Abrego was beated by LAPD officers.
0:42 - Times Square's costumed characters fight back against negative publicity. At a press conference, they emphasize their right to collect tips and claim they are organizing themselves to address any aggressive behaviour by some.
1:10 - Arizona's controversial SB 1070 law allows local police officers to check the immigration status of anyone they stop. Some are calling it racial profiling, but the police say they're just following the law.
0:49 - Three members of Pope Francis’ family died and another was seriously injured in a car crash in Argentina early Tuesday morning.
0:42 - Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos died when the small plane that was carrying him and several campaign officials plunged into a residential neighborhood in Santos, Brazil.
0:40 - A hostage kidnapped during a Northern California bank robbery was killed by police in an ensuing chase and shootout, likely during a final gun battle where the lone surviving suspect used her as a human shield, authorities said .
0:34 - Family and supporters of the Venezuelan jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez gathered outside a Caracas courthouse for a hearing that's part of the ongoing trial in which he is charged with inciting violence.
0:41 - Jodi Arias is back on the spotlight, this time serving as her own attorney after a judge approved her request to represent herself.
0:38 - Army Staff Sergeant Jesus Jimenez home was demolished while he was away on training.
0:39 - Prominent immigration activist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, was released by U.S. Border Patrol agents after being detained at a Texas airport.
0:33 - An attempted carjacking was foiled after a group of men jumped the suspected car thief – while getting the incident on video.
1:09 - An overpass in Brazil that was part of the World Cup infrastructure plan has collapsed onto vehicles below.
1:13 - Aalia Shaheed shows us how border patrol agents in Yuma are working to keep illegal immigrants out of the Colorado River.
0:35 - The Latino population is no longer the fastest-growing minority group in the country. Asians were the fastest-growing group in 2013.
0:42 - A Houston-area police officer has been praised as a hero for dragging a woman off some railroad tracks just moments before a train rushes by.
1:17 - Maria Molina previews the weather report for tonight's match between Team USA and Ghana.
5:27 - Mayor Arturo Garino demands answers
2:06 - There are now more security forces on the ground in Brazil than the U.S. had deployed during the Iraq war. Even so, security remains a major concern.
1:03 - Raw footage of a clash between Brazilian protesters and police the morning of the World Cup opening.
1:52 - Volunteers and local officials are rushing to help undocumented women and children dropped off in Arizona by the Department of Homeland Security
9:26 - Michael McCabe’s job as a filmmaker has taken him to unsafe corners of the globe where being interrogated by local authorities, and sometimes detained for obscure reasons, is no rarity. But his recent trip to Honduras has been the most worrisome yet.
1:44 - Police said a military jet slammed into a Southern California neighborhood and exploded into flames, though the pilot and everyone on the ground emerged unhurt, officials said.
4:13 - Fox News' Bill O'Reilly with Fox News Latino contributor Raoul Lowery-Contreras and attorney Francisco Hernandez.
1:54 - It’s winter time in Brazil—what does that mean in terms of the weather?
3:27 - Judge rules that U.S. Marine will stay in Mexican prison.
2:24 - The night Andrew Tahmooressi was arrested, his first call was to 911. He told the operator that he’d been stopped at the border and the officials were “trying to take my guns away.”
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.
2:48 - Vietnam veteran recently discovered he wasn't a citizen.
0:37 - Hailstorm covers streets in ice in city that will host the opening match of the World Cup in less than a month.
0:51 - Mario Hernandez served in Vietnam and worked for the Department of Justice's Bureau of Prisons using a Social Security number he received when he arrived in the country as a child. The 58-year-old man discovered the authorities did not list him as a citizen or a permanent resident, when he tried to take a cruise with his wife.
0:41 - A massive rebel bombing struck a military base on Wednesday in Wadi Deif, northwest Syria, according to the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
0:31 - Students demand release of those arrested during camp evictions.
2:21 - The National September 11 Memorial Museum opens this week deep beneath ground zero, 12½ years after the terrorist attacks.
0:30 - Anti-government march to mark three months of street protests against the government of Venezuelan President Maduro. Protesters were trying to reach the Vatican's diplomatic offices to call on Pope Francis to intervene.
1:59 - Firefighters were battling intense flames at a house that was the scene of an officer-involved shooting in the town of Brentwood, N.H.
5:32 - The mother of the US marine held in a Mexican prison says his son feels much more hopeful after hearing of the efforts to bring him back.
0:36 - Jill Tahmooressi says her son, Andrew, is being held in a Mexican prison on trumpted up gun charges.
3:42 - A powerful storm system moved through a large swath of the South, killing more than two dozen people from Arkansas to Alabama over more than two days of destruction.
0:37 - One year after a pair of homemade pressure-cooker bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, runners started filtering in Monday morning.
0:49 - Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel laureate whose novels and short stories exposed tens of millions of readers to Latin America's passion, superstition, violence and inequality.
0:45 - Colombian novelist and Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia coming out of his home to greet reporters gathered to celebrate his 87th birthday.
0:33 - Robber attempts to steal from woman as she is being interviewed about crime on television.
8:40 - Aaron Rodriguez, a 24-year-old student protest leader, told Fox News Latino the talks aimed at reconcilation exclude students and the people of Venezuela.
1:14 - Student protest leader, Aaron Rodriguez explains.
1:28 - Woman found guilty of fatally stabbing her boyfriend with stiletto heel.
1:18 - A nearly naked woman was arrested after a destructive rampage inside a Florida fast food restaurant last month, and now surveillance footage of her alleged tirade is going viral.
2:25 - Fox's Will Carr gets an exclusive look inside the most sophisticated tunnel that stretches from Tijuana to an industrial park in San Diego. The tunnel is more than 700 yards long and includes lighting, ventilation and an electric rail system.
7:17 - The former Republican governor of Florida Jeb Bush talks about immigration.
2:37 - Prosecutor John Jordan sets down a stiletto shoe entered into evidence during the trial against Ana Lilia Trujillo in Houston, Texas.
0:39 - A major aftershock rattled an area hit a day earlier by a magnitude-8.2 earthquake.
0:32 - A magnitude-8.2 earthquake struck Chile's northern coast.
0:45 - President Barack Obama meets with Pope Francis at the Vatican.
6:13 - Nichole Webb Rivera has had no official confirmation from authorities. But when she saw an aerial photograph of Saturday's landslide, she knew her parents, didn't make it out.
0:34 - Three agents were sent home from the Netherlands just before President Barack Obama's arrival after one agent was found inebriated in an Amsterdam hotel.
3:59 - If plane crash site is found, scientists will have to use these robots to recover wreckage and black boxes
4:49 - Leopoldo Lopez’s first cousin, Thor Halvorssen, the President of the Human Rights Foundation speaks about Lopez's case.
3:48 - Eva Golinger knew, advised, and was a friend of Venezuela’s former President Hugo Chavez.
15:51 - Bryan Llenas speaks to Leopoldo Lopez’s first cousin, Thor Halvorssen, the President of the Human Rights Foundation, about the protests, Lopez’s fate, and the future of the opposition movement.
25:10 - Venezuelan-American Attorney Eva Golinger knew, advised, and was a friend of Venezuela’s former President Hugo Chavez. Here is Golinger’s take on what is happening in Venezuela.
0:41 - The honors are being awarded after Congress ordered a review to determine whether service members of Jewish or Hispanic heritage or others had been wrongly denied the Medal of Honor due to prejudice