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
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.
3:09 - The fiery blast erupted at about 9:30 a.m., around 15 minutes after a neighboring resident reported smelling gas, authorities said.
0:28 - Zimmerman said in a videotaped interview with his divorce attorneys that he was trying to figure out who he is and he was doing the interview to "show America who I truly am."
2:13 - Investigators combed through a collapsed theater stage at a Southern California high school, trying to determine why it buckled during a performance and sent 25 students to the hospital.
0:31 - Peru's government says that once Dutch citizen Joran van der Sloot completes his murder conviction in 2038, he will be extradited to the United States.
3:32 - Fox 35 met up with George Zimmerman to talk about why he was at the store and what life has been like after his acquittal. Exclusive Fox 35 interview.
2:32 - New immigration policy grants legal status to U.S. military relatives.
0:41 - The magnitude 6.9 quake struck at 10:18 p.m. PDT Sunday and was centered 50 miles west of Eureka and about four miles beneath the Pacific seabed, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
5:02 - Former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere, Roger Noriega, explains why Americans should care about the elections in El Salvador.
2:00 - Former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere, Roger Noriega, on the impact of El Salvador elections in Venezuela.
1:04 - A pregnant South Carolina woman who drove a minivan carrying her three young children into the ocean surf off Florida had talked about demons before leaving the house, according to her sister who worriedly called police, officials said.
0:43 - President Nicolás Maduro, organized 10 days of commemorative activities to mark the anniversary of Hugo Chavez's death from cancer at age 58.
2:25 - A California high school principal's decision to order students wearing American flag T-shirts to turn the garments inside out or remove them during a celebration of the holiday Cinco de Mayo was appropriate, a federal appeals court ruled.
0:41 - The Hispanic population of the United States increased sixfold between 1970 and 2012 to more than 53 million, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.
1:15 - Video appears to show singer Justin Bieber walking unsteadily shortly after arrest.
0:40 - A Massachusetts sheriff says former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has been involved in a prison altercation.
4:13 - Laurie Torres, a child safety expert, shows how to perform CPR on a baby.
0:20 - The Wisconsin National Guard has suspended one of its members amid an uproar over photos that appeared on social media apparently making fun of funerals for fallen soldiers.
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.
1:44 - A U.S. Border Patrol agent trying to stop a group of people suspected of crossing the Mexican border illegally shot and killed a man after being hit in the head with a rock.
1:29 - Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez was arrested. During the massive rally, Lopez said he hoped his detention would open Venezuelans' eyes to the increasingly authoritarian bent of their government.
0:49 - A U.S. Border Patrol agent shot and killed someone on a mountain trail in the Otay Mesa area Tuesday, authorities said.
2:04 - A motorcycle rider who posted on Facebook a video showing him speeding through traffic at more than 100 mph, which he titled “Catch Me If You Can,” has been caught by police.
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.
0:42 - Leopoldo Lopez, a Harvard graduate, often has said that Nicolas Maduro could not have genuinely won the presidency.
1:45 - Hundreds of people continue to take to the streets in Caracas in ongoing demonstrations against President Nicolas Maduro's 10-month-old government.
1:04 - A three-year-old girl has become the youngest person in Arizona to be accepted in Mensa, an international club with members of high IQ status.
0:38 - A verdict is again raising the issue of self-defense and race in Florida, just seven months after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
0:39 - President Maduro ordered the expulsion of three U.S. Embassy officials after Washington came to the defense of an opposition hard-liner accused by Venezuela's leader of responsibility for bloodshed during anti-government protests.
1:16 - Dogs unleashed and loose on the street. Maricopa county animal care and control says last year it received 6,000 calls for service from Maryvale, AZ.
1:51 - Students and opposition members in nationwide protests against President Maduro's government.
1:32 - A fisherman who says he drifted at sea for more than a year has finally made it home to El Salvador, exhausted and speechless.
0:36 - Already, Georgia Power was reporting thousands of power outages around the state. And forecasters and officials said the number of outages would probably grow throughout the day.
0:44 - The Associated Press is eliminating from its archive seven Cuban government handout photos of Fidel Castro after determining some were digitally altered.
0:34 - Police are investigating the disappearance of a U.S. man traveling across Latin America by motorcycle who went missing after visiting a friend in Michoacán, Mexico.
1:41 - Four construction workers laboring in Florida were suddenly caught in a life-or-death situation after their scaffolding came crashing down.
3:16 - A Mexican man will be sentenced in federal court in the killing of a U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry whose death revealed a botched law enforcement sting in which agents lost track of hundreds of guns sold to criminals.
6:05 - Brian Terry's cousin speaks about unanswered questions in "Fast and Furious" case.