0:40 - If Sen. Marco Rubio and former FL Gov. Jeb Bush, were to run against each other in the Republican presidential primary in 2016, who would have an edge?
0:35 - Sen. Rubio wants the Obama administration to apply more pressure on the Maduro government, especially in response to their harsh crackdown on opposition protesters.
0:43 - With House Republicans unlikely to act on an overhaul, executive action by Obama is increasingly the activists' only hope.
7:15 - Cynthia Diaz is one of three immigration activists on a hunger strike outside the White House demanding the U.S. to release their family members from immigration detention
7:17 - The former Republican governor of Florida Jeb Bush talks about immigration.
8:24 - Immigration activist Erika Andiola slams Presidente Barck Obama over deportations.
2:28 - Leopoldo Lopez was a leader in college. What was it like going to school with Venezuela's opposition leader?
7:24 - Kenyon College classmates rally support for Venezuela's opposition leader, Leopoldo Lopez.
0:45 - President Barack Obama meets with Pope Francis at the Vatican.
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.
5:34 - Meet New Hampshire State Representative Marilinda Garcia and other U.S. millennial politicians.
0:44 - Sen. Cruz refused to comment on a possible 2016 White House run, but is logging so much face time in Iowa, that it hasn't gone unnoticed.
11:43 - Rep. Luis Gutierrez says President Obama was not defensive or combative like he's been in the past when the issue of deportations was brought up in a White House meeting Wednesday. He also said the expansion of DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is a possibility as administration reviews its deportation policy.
8:38 - Former Venezuelan Congressman Leopoldo Martinez on the growing protests against President Maduro
2:32 - New immigration policy grants legal status to U.S. military relatives.
5:02 - Former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere, Roger Noriega, explains why Americans should care about the elections in El Salvador.
0:52 - Janet Murguia, head of the NCLR, said that Obama is responsible for separation of many families and that he has become the “Deporter-in-Chief.”
2:00 - Former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere, Roger Noriega, on the impact of El Salvador elections in Venezuela.
4:03 - Fox News Latino's Elizabeth Llorente interviews New Jersey Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto.
2:28 - President Barack Obama heads into a summit with Mexican and Canadian leaders eager to engage on issues of trade and other neighbor-to-neighbor interests.
0:36 - Leopoldo Lopez pushed his way through the crowd, and turned himself in to face charges blaming him for violence between opposition activists and pro-government forces.
2:45 - A recent poll found that in Texas the party split among Hispanic voters is just 19%, far below the 30% across the rest of the country. More Hispanics identify themselves as Republican and fewer identify as Dems than anywhere else in the country.
0:42 - Leopoldo Lopez, a Harvard graduate, often has said that Nicolas Maduro could not have genuinely won the presidency.
0:47 - The lawsuit filed by Kansas and Arizona seeks to force the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to include the heightened requirements only for their residents.
5:59 - Texas Attorney General and leading gubernatorial candidate, Greg Abbott, is not backing down from his controversial comment about "third world" public corruption and what some believe is a perceived unfair focus on border crime.
0:09 - Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) was in Seminole, FL for a David Jolly campaign event. Rubio addressed the trade embargo with Cuba.
0:41 - Sen. Chuck Schumer says he has an easy fix to the GOP's latest doubts about overhauling the nation's immigration laws.
0:33 - LatinasRepresent, a just-launched project by Political Parity and the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda that looked at Latinas in elected office.
1:46 - California lawmakers are considering legislation that would require toy gun makers to use bright colors to differentiate toys from real weapons.
0:49 - Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) offers Justin Bieber some fatherly advice.
0:40 - A new survey shows that a benefit of immigration globally could be higher population growth and a slower rate of population aging.
0:31 - President Barack Obama talks about immigration on his fifth State of the Union address before Congress.
1:12 - President Barack Obama talks about immigration reform during his State of the Union address.
0:45 - President Barack Obama's State of the Union address will deliver familiar content along with some targeted first-time initiatives.
5:10 - President Obama should apologize in the State of the Union address, says Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.).
0:43 - Fewer than half of adult Latino citizens voted in the 2012 presidential elections, according to the U.S. Census, and that has prompted two national Latino organizations to step up voter registration efforts this year.
0:43 - Maria Conchita Alonso, says that she and California Assemblyman Tim Donnelly are being unfairly maligned.
5:02 - Latina actress Maria Conchita Alonso claims she lost her job because of her endorsement of a California Tea Party candidate.
0:53 - Puerto Rican singer, dancer and actress talks to Fox News Latino's Bryan Llenas about immigration and Puerto Rico's statehood.
0:41 - Guatemalan Vice President Roxana Baldetti rushed to hospital after protester throws bag of flour at her.
0:35 - Christie held a public signing of a bill that allows undocumented students in NJ to attend public college at the same tuition rate as other residents of the state.
0:38 - Pelosi said the Obama administration’s nearly two million deportations seem in contradiction to the policy adopted during his tenure of applying discretion to the removal of undocumented immigrants.
0:33 - Uruguay's Senate gave final congressional approval to create the world's first national marketplace for legal marijuana.
2:17 - The Spanish language equivalent of the famously flawed healthcare.gov, cuidadodesalud.gov, is running smoothly in its first week online and does not appear to be suffering the same growing pains as it's partner site.
0:41 - With all chance of passing a sweeping immigration reform gone in the remaining legislative days of 2013, advocates of an overhaul of the system are trying to figure out what to do next.
0:37 - World leaders honored Nelson Mandela at a Soweto soccer stadium amid cold, driving rain. Obama shakes hands with Cuban leader Raul Castro.
0:22 - U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with Cuban President Raul Castro during the official memorial service for former South African President Nelson Mandela.
1:04 - President Obama congratulated Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on taking bold steps toward peace in his country.
4:11 - If countless circumstances separated Carlos Vargas, an undocumented immigrant who grew up poor in Mexico, and Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire founder of Facebook, a mastery of technology and a keen interest in seeing U.S. immigration laws overhauled created a bond.
0:38 - Vice President Joe Biden will head to Atlanta this week to promote the need for an immigration overhaul during a naturalization ceremony for new U.S. citizens.
0:32 - On this Election Day voters around the country express opinions on a couple of governors' races, several mayoral races and a host of local issues.
1:58 - Defence minister announces release of classified documents from 'dirty war' era.
0:35 - Three-quarters of Latinos said the community lacks a national leader, and about that many cannot name one, the survey said.
0:40 - The government reopened its doors after a battle-weary Congress approved a bipartisan measure to end a 16-day partial shutdown and avert the possibility of an economy-jarring default on U.S. obligations.
0:40 - Gov. Chris Christie said at a Latino gala that New Jersey should allow undocumented immigrants to attend public colleges at the same tuition rates as other residents of the state.
1:34 - E-Verify the federal online program that employers use for checking a person's name, social security number and proof of citizenship is offline during the government shutdown because it is not considered an essential service.
2:29 - Bryan Llenas reports from New York City