0:40 - That's about to become clear as the Obama administration and the communist government of Raúl Castro move to normalize more than a half-century of bitter animosity between the United States and Cuba.
4:53 - U.S. Representative Mario Diaz-Balart from Florida io-Diaz Balart reacts to President Barack Obama's Cuba decision.
3:06 - Arizona Senator Jeff Flake helped in Alan Gross release and was onboard plane with Alan Gross en route to US.
9:42 - Senator Ted Cruz says policy change will be remembered as a tragic mistake.
2:52 - Florida senator Marco Rubio slams President Obama for agreeing to prisoner swap and vows to fight to keep embargo.
4:09 - Vatican spokesperson Greg Burke speaks aboutPope Francis' role in warming U.S.-Cuban relations
0:41 - The Obama administration unveiled a former oil field workers' camp in rural South Texas that's being converted into the nation's largest family immigration detention center,
1:48 - The fate of two undocumented immigrants taking sanctuary in Tucson churches is still unclear, despite President Obama’s executive order on immigration. Fox's Aalia Shaheed has the story. ?
3:46 - Arizona Governor Jan Brewer on President Barack Obama's executive order on immigration.
4:17 - Rick Sanchez on President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.
8:50 - Fox News' Geraldo Rivera on President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.
1:57 - Matt Finn talks to students at Del Sol High School about President Obama's visit
5:38 - Texas Attorney General and Gov.-elect Greg Abbott says he will sue Obama on behalf of his state after the announcement that he is taking executive action.
0:33 - Eva Longoria talks to FNL about Obama's intention to use executive action on immigration.
5:44 - On the O'Reilly Factor, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) explains what he believes would be the most likely outcome of President Obama's planned executive action on immigration.
2:28 - With Obama expected to announce an executive order to overhaul immigration reform, a group of deported veterans who are demanding that they benefit from any action taken on immigration.
4:10 - Many Republicans won key elections, in part, because they won about 40% of the Hispanic vote in their states.
6:29 - Gov. Rick Scott became the second GOP governor ever in state history to win re-election. Scott beat former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist in the markedly nasty and most expensive political campaign in Florida history.
4:10 - George P. Bush becomes first in family to win first race, wins Texas land commissioner post.
6:05 - In Nevada, Brian Sandoval wins second term as governor.
5:43 - Cid Wilson is chairman of the Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino, a group that has been pushing for establishing a museum dedicated to Latinos and their role in U.S. history.
2:58 - Fox News Latino talks to California Congressional candidate Amanda Renteria about what farming and agriculture means to her and her district.
2:25 - The president's decision to delay executive action on immigration has angered some Hispanic voters.
0:42 - New Mexico immigration detention center Artesia draws criticism from all sides.
1:39 - Senator Rubio says his decision to run for president won't be affected by Jeb Bush's decision.
4:12 - U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart says that Pres. Obama only cares about immigration reform during election season.
4:12 - U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart
6:08 - Peruvian President Ollanta Humala talks with Fox News Latino, rejecting the notion of a Plan Peru to combat drugs.
0:48 - New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is likely to win re-election, and if she does, one of the groups that she will have to thank for it is conservative Democrats.
1:56 - A Southern California political candidate loses her day job after a video she posted online of her berating a stranger for having a Mexican flag went viral on the internet. Tressy Capps says she was vilified and has been receiving death threats for her actions.
0:35 - Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduroblasts U.S. during UN speech but stops short of name-calling.
7:55 - Senator Marco Rubio’s push for permanent troop presence in Iraq sparking debate.
0:45 - George P. Bush said that he supports in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants and that the cost of supplying an education to the immigrants is “nominal” to taxpayers.
2:04 - The Ortiz family's immigration lawyer has found a way to consistently win special visas for undocumented minors. But is it cheating the system?
0:35 - With Florida Gov. Rick Scott and former governor Charlie Crist virtually tied, Hispanic voters could determine who wins the state’s gubernatorial .
0:41 - Speaking to Congress, the officials said that the administration of President Barack Obama is more concerned with jihadist fighters entering the U.S. legally on commercial airline flights.
1:59 - Teresa Ortiz arranged to have all five of her children brought to the U.S. by human smugglers to avoid persecution by gangs in El Salvador.
0:38 - Rubio did not hold back against Obama’s lack of response on a terrorist group that has targeted American civilians in the Middle East.
0:38 - NJ Gov. Christie said he has no plans to lay out his position on immigration reform until — and if — he decides to run for president.
1:42 - Fox's Aalia Shaheed shows how one woman is trying to avoid deportation
1:10 - Arizona's controversial SB 1070 law allows local police officers to check the immigration status of anyone they stop. Some are calling it racial profiling, but the police say they're just following the law.
0:42 - Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos died when the small plane that was carrying him and several campaign officials plunged into a residential neighborhood in Santos, Brazil.
0:33 - Undocumented activists confronted Republican congressional members Steve King and Rand Paul about immigration at a political event in Iowa.
0:38 - Former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro has been sworn in as head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
0:38 - Gov. Jerry Brown travels to Mexico and will discuss immigration with President Enrique Pena Nieto.
5:12 - U.S. Representative Mario Diaz-Balar speaks to Fox News about the immigration crisis.
8:52 - Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) sits down with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday and talks about the border crisis.
1:58 - Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's troubles are mounting: a high crime rate and outbreaks of gun violence are garnering national attention, his badly needed pension reform plan may be challenged in court, he's facing massive budget deficits and labor problems and perhaps his biggest challenge will be getting re-elected.
1:27 - Jennifer Lopez speaking at the annual convention of the League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC, in New York City.
1:21 - Jennifer Lopez introduces Michelle Obama at the annual convention of the League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC, in New York City.
4:29 - Michelle Obama speaking at the annual convention of the League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC, in New York City.
9:42 - Julio Alegria and Michael Penn talk about how the DOMA decision changed their lives.
8:09 - In a Fox News Latino exclusive, Juan Williams interviewed the the House Judiciary Committee chairman about the stalled effort to reform America’s broken immigration laws.
1:52 - Volunteers and local officials are rushing to help undocumented women and children dropped off in Arizona by the Department of Homeland Security
1:27 - I.C.E. continues to drop off undocumented immigrants at a Phoenix Greyhound station.
1:03 - Aalia Shaheed talks to the Pima County Democratic Party about the 'new' Cesar Chavez
5:33 - Is the press too comfortable with those in power?
0:35 - The former director of U.N. Women appears in the No. 25 spot among the world's most powerful women, according to the list published by the U.S. business magazine each year.
0:30 - Obama is preparing to boost the profile of an up-and-coming young Hispanic Democrat by nominating Julian Castro to become the nation's housing secretary.
8:05 - Uruguayan President Jose Mujica, whose nation is the first in the world to legalize marijuana, argued that it would not lead to widespread use of the drug, but instead would result in more control of its use and distribution.