0:39 - The arrest of a drug smuggler in scuba gear led to the discovery of a tunnel from Mexico that's partially underwater and ends in a canal.
0:37 - The Obama administration doesn't plan to invite Cuban dissidents to Secretary Kerry's historic flag-raising at the U.S. Embassy in Havana.
2:01 - The U.S. Coast Guard seized 12,000 pounds of cocaine from a vessel in the Eastern Pacific in one of the largest busts of its kind.
1:43 - Huntington Park became the first city in California to appoint two undocumented immigrants as commissioners on city advisory boards, a lawmaker confirms.
2:08 - Harlem Suarez, 23, has been charged with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction in the U.S.
0:42 - Mexico's most powerful drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán, has a lot to catch up on as he returns to a drug-trafficking landscape that has shifted considerably during his 17 months behind bars.
7:45 - Documentary filmmaker Charlie Minn explores consipiracy theory.
2:03 - The Chicago Crime Commission formally restored the label days after Guzman slipped from a maximum-security facility through a mile-long tunnel.
0:48 - The kind of tunnel that led Mexico's most powerful drug lord to freedom would have been more than a year in planning.
0:25 - Pope Francis reaches the halfway mark of his South American trip.
6:24 - The U.S. and Cuba soon will open embassies in Havana and Washington, D.C., President Barack Obama announced.
0:35 - Detention staff should consider transgender detainees' preferences when making decisions about housing and clothing and what pronouns should be used, ICE said in new guidelines for the treatment of transgender detainee.
1:18 - Aalia Shaheed meets a Tucson father who began living in a church to avoid deportation got an unexpected surprise for Father's Day.
2:43 - Bryan Llenas reports from New York City
0:44 - After the number of unaccompanied minors from Central America at the U.S.-Mexico border reached a peak last summer, President Barack Obama declared it a national emergency.
0:33 - At least 10 people were killed in the northern Mexican city of Ciudad Acuña when it was struck by a huge tornado.
0:40 - Jhosep Diaz was found more than a mile from where he had been sleeping when a flash flood swept away dozens of homes.
1:35 - Los Angeles is poised tonight to become the biggest American city with a 15-dollar an hour minimum wage.
1:28 - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Monday declared a "public emergency" in the town of Salgar, Antioquia.
0:43 - A Mexican prosecutor says DNA tests on Alondra Diaz match the U.S. mother who has been searching for her for eight years.
2:34 - Fox News Latino's Bryan Llenas at the scene.
1:07 - Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials shut down the planned release of an undocumented immigrant with drug-resistant tuberculosis into Pinal County, Arizona. But the county sheriff says ICE only halted the release after mounting media pressure
2:06 - College apologizes for serving Mexican food at space alien-themed party.
1:49 - As anticipation builds for his May 2 bout with Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather Jr. talks about his training technique.
1:21 - Reaction to U.S. removing Cuba from list of sponsors of terror.
1:56 - Police released dash cam video showing how a police officer used his cruiser to put an end to a crime spree in February that stretched from Tucson to Marana.
1:18 - Illinois Congressman Luis Gutierrez introduced the Immigrant Family Defender Toolkit- a pamphlet designed to help undocumented immigrants explain why they should not be deported.
0:32 - Supporters of the Cuban government and dissidents clashed at the start of the Summit of the Americas in Panama City.
0:53 - An attack on a police convoy in Jalisco, Mexico killed 15 state police officers and wounded five, marking the deadliest single attack on police in Mexico in years.
0:30 - Mexico's Colima volcano sent a column of ash 1.86 miles up into the air on Monday.
1:20 - Florida boy, Ahizya Osceola, found dead inside the home where he lived with his dad and stepmom.
1:28 - At least 37 people were killed and more than 84 injured when three buses and a truck collided early Monday on Peru's main coastal highway.
2:05 - A festival of food, floats and fire in Valencia, Spain has drawn to a close. Alicia Acuna has the highlights on a celebration honoring Saint Joseph, the patron saint of the carpenter’s guild.
0:47 - Footage from local media and the country's Volcanology and Seismology Observatory showed plumes of smoke, gas and ash rising from the volcano.
4:07 - Former United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzales on Hillary Clinton's emails.
0:43 - Specialist investigators picked through the wreckage of two helicopters in a remote area in Argentina.
0:14 - Video shot by local radio station Radio7 Villa Union captured the moment of the mid-air collision, which killed the eight French nationals and two Argentine pilots aboard.
0:40 - Two helicopters carrying French sports stars filming a popular European reality show crashed in a remote part of Argentina, killing 10 people, including two Olympic medal winners and a sailing champion.
1:41 - A two-count criminal complaint unsealed in federal court charges a U.S. Border Patrol supervisor with video voyeurism for allegedly placing a video camera in a women’s bathroom at the agency’s offices in San Ysidro.
1:27 - King Felipe VI held a gala dinner for the president of Colombia. Juan Manuel Santos thanked Spain for its support in the peace process with the FARC
1:55 - FOX 10 has received an inside look at where Jodi Arias will be headed after her sentencing retrial is wrapped up.
1:22 - Kyle Rothenberg reports how studying the Spanish language is mandatory for police officers in Jackson, Mississippi
1:43 - George Zimmerman, will not face federal charges in Trayvon Martin death, the Justice Department said.
0:51 - Convicted murderer Jodi Arias declined to address a jury considering whether to sentence her to life in prison or death in the killing of her former boyfriend.
1:42 - Women who cleaned the home of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez testified at his murder trial that they saw guns stashed in three places in his house before the killing.
0:51 - Security camera footage shows police in camouflaged uniforms taking Ledezma away after being arrested in his office.
0:30 - A 20-year-old American man who was badly gored during a bull-running festival is out of intensive care and improving.
1:28 - As Valentine's Day approaches Miami International Airport sees their daily flower shipments quadruple to 22 million flowers per day. During the rest of the year MIA handles more than 90 percent of all flowers imported to the U.S. Most of the flowers come from South American growers.
1:20 - The Powerball jackpot has climbed to $485 million, making Wednesday night's drawing the fifth largest prize in U.S. history.
0:45 - Before death, Alberto Nisman had drafted a request for the arrest of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, according to the lead investigator.
0:43 - Venezuelan national guardsmen and state price adjusters implemented a military-style occupation of a national supermarket in Caracas.
1:08 - Video captured by two people showed the moment and the aftermath of a powerful gas tank truck explosion that shattered a maternity and children's hospital in Mexico City.
1:28 - Venezuelan authorities have blocked two former Latin American presidents from visiting jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez.
0:37 - A messy mix of rain, snow and sleet is bearing down on the Northeast's major cities.
0:43 - Alan Gross and his wife, Judy, are among 22 special guests the White House invited to Tuesday night's speech.
0:47 - Are you planning on spending your spring break in Cuba? … Not so fast.
24:53 - Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and President Barack Obama speak to the press after their White House meeting.
0:27 - After decisive post-season win, Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera woke up to a fire in his house. No one was injured
2:42 - Sgt. Joel Tavera surprised his friend, Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Scott Nicholas, with a gift of a new home.
4:35 - 2014 was the year Latinos finally saw change in U.S. immigration policies, but it was also the year they said goodbye to some of their biggest cultural icons.