0:39 - The five-month-long sensational trial ends with a question mark, as it's still unknown if her fate is life or death.
1:27 - Cell phone footage shows tornado hitting Oklahoma.
19:02 - Jodi Arias addressed the jury in the penalty phase of her trial as the panel considers whether to sentence her to life in prison or execution.
3:45 - Bryan Llenas reports on the search for Armando Torres
1:02 - Jodi Arias tells jury what she'll do if allowed to live.
0:13 - Isabella Rojas describes how children held onto desks to prevent being swept against the walls by a tornado.
0:41 - Deadly twister in Oklahoma so far has killed 24 people, including nine children. The death toll could rise.
0:59 - The twister reduced one elementary school to a heaping mound of rubble and heavily damaged another while also flattening block after block of homes.
6:59 - The twister reduced one elementary school to a heaping mound of rubble and heavily damaged another while also flattening block after block of homes.
1:46 - A tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs, flattening entire neighborhoods, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school.
2:32 - Fox News pairs with the Colorado Gazette reporting on a surge in military misconduct discharges. When discharged, the vets have no access to benefits.
2:05 - Ousted IRS chief Steven Miller testifies on Capitol Hill before the House Ways and Means Committee hearing on the extra scrutiny the IRS gave Tea Party and other conservative groups that applied for tax-exempt status.
0:46 - The Kennedy Center has a new process to select artists who receive one of the nation's top arts prizes, after an outside group last year said Latinos have been largely excluded.
3:27 - A three mile stretch of Broadway was renamed Juan Rodriguez Way.
0:24 - Penalty phase begins in Jodi Arias murder trial.
1:41 - At least 6 confirmed dead in Texas tornadoes.
0:33 - The brothers of the man accused of holding three women captive for years have no sympathy for the "monster."
3:40 - U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) on Benghazi hearing.
3:23 - Ariel Castro was arraigned on charges of rape and kidnapping.
1:19 - In an exclusive interview with FOX 10's Troy Hayden, minutes after the verdict was read, Jodi Arias opened up about the jury's decision and what comes next.
0:22 - Brazil authorities to investigate last year's killing of drug trafficker by police in helicopter.
4:09 - Two members of the Castro family speak to Fox News.
5:12 - Ariel Castro held three women captive for a decade, and knew the DeJesus family.
2:24 - Three women who disappeared in Cleveland a decade ago were found safe, and police arrested three brothers, including Ariel Castro, accused of holding the victims against their will.
0:29 - Three women who disappeared about a decade ago escaped after one called 911.
2:02 - Neighbor Charles Ramsey speaks to media near the home, where three missing women were rescued in Cleveland.
2:51 - Gina DeJesus' cousin Sylvia Colon spoke to Fox and Friends.
2:04 - The voice of the long-missing woman was frantic and breathless, choking back tears. "Help me. I'm Amanda Berry," she told a 911 dispatcher. "I've been kidnapped and I've been missing for 10 years and I'm, I'm here, I'm free now."
0:36 - Family and friends stood around a table that had a picture of Portillo raising his arms in victory, with flowers and candles surrounding it.
2:20 - Limo traveling on California bridge catches fire, killing 5 women trapped inside; 4 hurt.
0:24 - A historic jet plane crashed into a hangar and exploded in a fireball at an air show in Madrid, Spain.
0:37 - The 46-year-old referee in Salt Lake City was put in a coma after a player hit him in the head.
2:35 - Today marks the 40th anniversary of the fatal shootout on the NJ Turnpike that resulted in the death of NJ State Trooper Werner Foerster. Joanne Chesimard escaped prison and has been living in Cuba since the 1980's.
2:20 - Members of Venezuela's National Assembly say post-election tensions set off a brawl between lawmakers that left one opposition assembly member badly bruised and bleeding.
3:43 - Dzhokhar Tsarnaev supposedly confessed to investigators plans included detonating explosives in NYC.
0:33 - For the first time ever, over 6 million Spaniards are unemployed after Spain's jobless rate shot up to a record 27.2 percent in the first quarter of 2013.
0:33 - Grupo Bimbo is planning on fast-tracking the launch of knockoff Twinkies before they come back on the market.
0:16 - Police officer saves man from train in Medellin, Colombia.
0:58 - Cesar Chavez's son, Fernando Chavez, reflects on his father's legacy.
1:15 - If Cesar Chavez were alive, what would he think about the current state of immigration and migrants workers.
1:57 - A young reporter will have to learn the hard way from his mistakes after being fired for cursing in his debut as T.V. anchor.
1:56 - A Florida woman finds $36 thousand dollars on a golf course and did the right thing and returned it.
0:41 - Investigators found more ready-to-explode homemade bombs and 250 rounds of ammunition.
0:36 - Pope Francis has urged Venezuela to reject violence and establish dialogue towards a political reconciliation.
1:44 - A man who says he's the uncle of suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings speaks to reporters.
3:43 - Police search for at large suspect #2 Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, after his brother, suspect #1, dies in a firefight.
0:36 - Authorities say 5 to 15 people are dead, 160 injured after an explosion leveled a four-block area.
3:26 - The ground shook with the strength of a small earthquake when a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, exploded Wednesday evening.
0:41 - Carlos Arredondo, aka the Cowboy Hat Rescuer, ripped out a fence separating runners and spectators and immediately began tending to those around him.
3:33 - The twin blasts at the race took place almost simultaneously, tearing limbs off numerous people, knocking spectators and at least one runner off their feet.
2:09 - Boston Marathon runner Mike Russell speaks about the explosions.
0:51 - Competitors and race organizers were crying as they fled the bloody chaos.
1:49 - Two explosions shattered the euphoria of the Boston Marathon finish line.
4:10 - How to survive insane levels of spending.
0:45 - Nicolas Maduro wins Venezuela's presidential election by narrow margin.
0:39 - City Hall makes way for baseball stadium
2:25 - Fox News' Geraldo Rivera on Beyoncé and Jay-Z's trip to Cuba.
0:41 - As others screamed, the veteran paramedic used materials from store shelves to stanch the bleeding.
4:05 - iBillionaire App lets you track the investment moves of the world's top billionaires.
2:13 - Jodi Arias is at the center of one of the highest profile murder trials the valley has ever seen. And now she's tweeting from behind bars.