0:40 - That's about to become clear as the Obama administration and the communist government of Raúl Castro move to normalize more than a half-century of bitter animosity between the United States and Cuba.
3:30 - Pope wrote letter to President Raul Castro and President Barack Obama to jumpstart negotiations.
4:01 - Cuban Americans in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood react to Obama's new policy changes toward Cuba.
4:09 - Vatican spokesperson Greg Burke speaks aboutPope Francis' role in warming U.S.-Cuban relations
0:48 - Peru's Minister for Culture said that Greenpeace had not identified the activists who took part in laying a message at the Nazca lines last week, causing damage to the ancient site. The environmental organization is conducting an investigation into who took part in the action.
0:41 - The Obama administration unveiled a former oil field workers' camp in rural South Texas that's being converted into the nation's largest family immigration detention center,
0:45 - United States military instructors were closely involved in the teaching of torture techniques to more than 300 Brazilian military members, according to a 2,000 page report.
2:45 - A man arrested while crossing into the U.S. with marijuana in his bag has filed a lawsuit against the country, alleging that a Border Patrol dog bit him. Fox News' Neil Cavuto talks to his lawyer.
2:34 - Police in San Diego swarmed a man wanted for questioning in his wife's disappearance and the abduction of their four sons as he stood near the edge of a soaring freeway overpass.
4:19 - Six prisoners held for 12 years at Guantanamo Bay have been sent to Uruguay to be resettled as refugees, the U.S. government announced Sunday.
1:40 - Merchants are cleaning up broken glass and taking stock of what was looted from downtown Berkeley stores after protesters angered by police killings in Missouri and New York clashed with officers, vandalized stores and fought with each other, police said.
1:48 - The fate of two undocumented immigrants taking sanctuary in Tucson churches is still unclear, despite President Obama’s executive order on immigration. Fox's Aalia Shaheed has the story. ?
0:43 - The protests in Mexico over the 43 missing students from Guerrero have been overwhelmingly peaceful, but the so called "anarchists" have attacked commercial and government properties. This video was taken inside the Reforma 222 shopping center--Mexico City’s most modern and best designed shopping center.
2:31 - The #USTired2 movement held rallies in over 43 U.S. cities, including New York, over missing 43 Mexican students and US drug war funding in Mexico.
1:50 - Toys for Tots in California is out 100 toys after thieves recently stole donations straight out of the collection bins.
0:45 - A high-speed chase of a suspect in a stolen car ended when the man's attempt to escape on a skateboard was foiled by a driver who blocked his path.
0:40 - Thousands of Venezuelans participated in a 10 mile un-timed race known as "The Color Run" in the capital Caracas on Sunday.
1:50 - After a busy holiday weekend in shopping malls, millions of Americans are expected to log on and keep shopping on the day dubbed Cyber Monday.
3:46 - Arizona Governor Jan Brewer on President Barack Obama's executive order on immigration.
0:43 - One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year posed special challenges in the crowded Washington-to-Boston corridor as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contended with a nor'easter packing rain and snow.
0:32 - Hundreds of farmers from Veracruz, Mexico staged a demonstration in their underwear on the streets of Mexico City to protest against what they claim to be abuses of power by former state governors.
0:47 - With their cheap fares and ability to drive up into hillside settlements, the three-wheeled vehicles known as mototaxis are an increasingly popular way to get around Lima, Peru.
8:21 - Joselyn Martinez helped track down her father's killer 27 years after the fact. Now a Manhattan judge has ruled it violates his right to a speedy trial.
2:12 - Former Yankee Closer Mariano Rivera is a big hit with the Sierra High School band. Thanks to his generosity the band is now sporting new uniforms and musical instruments.
1:57 - Matt Finn talks to students at Del Sol High School about President Obama's visit
0:51 - Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez appeared before a judge on Tuesday to face charges of inciting violence during anti-government protests at the beginning of 2014. His wife and a number of his supporters were at the courthouse to protest.
2:17 - Snow continues to dump on Buffalo, New York. Meteorologist Maria Molina reports live from the scene.
2:28 - With Obama expected to announce an executive order to overhaul immigration reform, a group of deported veterans who are demanding that they benefit from any action taken on immigration.
0:43 - Pope Francis confirmed that he will travel to the U.S. next year to participate in a rally for families in Philadelphia. He confirmed his presence at the World Meeting of Families in September during a speech at the Vatican.
0:48 - Relatives and classmates of 43 missing students from a rural teaching college in southern Mexico began a caravan trip around the country to raise awareness about the case and encourage political action.
0:49 - Pope Francis expressed solidarity with the people of Mexico following the disappearance and possible killing of 43 students.
1:07 - Firefighters shattered a pane of glass hundreds of feet in the air to rescue two 1 World Trade Center window washers whose scaffolding dangled at a precarious angle for more than an hour.
2:50 - Border Patrol agents were overwhelmed by a wave of immigrant children from Central America this year. Some of these children are finding a new life in Arizona.
1:22 - FoxNewsLatino.com obtained never-before-seen photos of the injuries convicted killer Joran van der Sloot received while in prison.
0:43 - Fox News Latino has obtained exclusive photos of the injuries Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway, sustained inside a Peruvian prison serving a sentence in a different case.
0:43 - Mayor Bill de Blasio said there was no reason for residents to be alarmed by the Ebola diagnosis.
0:40 - Mexican officials worked to determine whether 28 bodies found in a clandestine grave are students who were attacked by police suspected of drug gang links.
1:56 - A Southern California political candidate loses her day job after a video she posted online of her berating a stranger for having a Mexican flag went viral on the internet. Tressy Capps says she was vilified and has been receiving death threats for her actions.
0:41 - Tens of thousands of young families caught crossing the border illegally earlier this year subsequently failed to meet with federal immigration agents.
0:35 - Experts and activists believe that sooner rather than later a new wave of unaccompanied youngsters will arrive at the border with Mexico.
0:33 - A television show that featured the nearly two-decade-old killing of an Arizona teenager and her unborn baby helped lead to the arrest of her ex-boyfriend, police said.
0:40 - The remnants of Tropical Storm Odile moved into Arizona on Wednesday.
2:04 - The Ortiz family's immigration lawyer has found a way to consistently win special visas for undocumented minors. But is it cheating the system?
0:38 - Colombian authorities are keeping 70 criminals at a public park in Bogota due to lack of space at detention facilities and jails.
1:59 - Teresa Ortiz arranged to have all five of her children brought to the U.S. by human smugglers to avoid persecution by gangs in El Salvador.
6:25 - Fusion's Jorge Ramos interviews Fox News host Bill O'Reilly.
0:42 - The protests, which are planned by labor organizers for about 150 cities nationwide, are part of the "Fight for $15" campaign.
1:43 - Authorities aren't sure how long the child was left in that car. But they say it was the quick thinking of shoppers and the quick action of firefighters that likely saved his life.
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.