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.
0:33 - Sea Survivor Jose Salvador Alvarenga thanked people in the Marshall Islands for taking care of him and said he was "doing very well" before starting his journey home.
2:29 - Clean-shaven and walking without assistance at the airport, Jose Salvador Alvarenga spoke Spanish in a soft voice.
4:00 - Marine severely injured in Iraq to get new smart home.
1:46 - California lawmakers are considering legislation that would require toy gun makers to use bright colors to differentiate toys from real weapons.
1:11 - The Homeland Security Department is warning airlines flying to Russia that terrorists may try to smuggle explosives on board hidden in toothpaste tubes.
2:02 - The family of a Salvadoran fisherman who says he survived at least 13 months at sea in an open boat are calling his astonishing story of survival a miracle.
0:22 - Ash falls on nearby towns as Tungurahua volcano erupts.
0:16 - A man identifying himself as 37-year-old Jose Salvador Alvarenga, was rescued from being washed ashore on the tiny atoll of Ebon in the Pacific Ocean.
0:33 - Newly released surveillance video shows Avonte Oquendo, leaving his school through an open door on October 4, 2013.
0:47 - New surveillance video shows Avonte Oquendo, the autistic teen whose remains were found along NYC's East River, leaving his school on October 4, 2013.
2:33 - An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the secret public safety command post set up by the NJ State Police.
2:20 - Attorneys for a Fort Worth-area family will ask a judge Friday to allow a pregnant, brain dead Texas woman to be removed from life support, despite hospital opposition.
0:11 - Video shows plane's fatal crash landing in Aspen, Colorado.
1:07 - The impact of the snow storm on the Boston area.
2:23 - It warned of heavy winds and hazardous driving conditions throughout the day as the storm moves up the East Coast.
0:32 - Another batch of heavy snow and frigid temperatures is forecast from Virginia to New England.
0:38 - There is no connection between the massive account information theft and the arrests of two Mexican citizens caught with nearly 100 fraudulent credit cards.
0:41 - Guatemalan Vice President Roxana Baldetti rushed to hospital after protester throws bag of flour at her.
4:51 - A Southwest Airlines flight that was supposed to land at Missouri's Branson Airport, instead landed at another airport 7 miles away that only had about half as much runway.
0:32 - Former Cuban President Fidel Castro made his first public appearance in nine months, attending the opening of an art studio in the Cuban capital.
1:02 - Footage released by state broadcaster Cubavision showed former Cuban President Fidel Castro visiting the art studio and chatting with artist Alexis Leyva.
2:01 - Five unidentified suspects have been arrested for killing former Miss Venezuela and her Irish ex-husband in front of their 5-year-old daughter.
0:41 - Robbers shot and killed Monica Spear and her ex-husband on their return by car to Caracas, Venezuela.
6:42 - A compilation of the best Latino stories of 2013.
2:13 - The San Diego Tunnel Task force, has set out to bust super-tunnels running from Mexico into the US. We went inside a super-tunnel and explain what the task force is doing to stop cartels from smuggling drugs into the US.
0:37 - Latinos and Asian-Americans say getting relief from deportations is more important for many than creating a pathway to U.S. citizenship, a new study finds.
5:32 - Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been sued by the family of a man he's accused of killing.
6:08 - North Texas prosecutors are trying a second time to imprison a teen who was sentenced last week to 10 years' probation for drunkenly driving his truck into four pedestrians, killing them all.
2:06 - If a winning number isn't selected on Tuesday night or on the following drawing, scheduled for Friday night, the jackpot could reach $1 billion for Christmas Eve.
0:33 - Uruguay's Senate gave final congressional approval to create the world's first national marketplace for legal marijuana.