5:11 - DNC financial chair Henry Muñoz says naming a Latino as VP “would be a wonderful historic moment.”
7:15 - Bernie Sanders addresses the National Association of Latino Elected and Appoints Officials (NALEO).
1:21 - Arturo Vargas said that Clinton and Trump skipping conference is an "affront" to Latino leaders.
0:43 - Hillary Clinton's search for a running mate is moving into a more intense phase, according to several Democrats.
0:41 - House Speaker Paul Ryan is proposing to secure U.S. borders by overhauling the immigration system and installing robust defenses to keep out extremists, criminals and drug cartels.
1:02 - Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump claimed victories in the Golden State, setting up a general election battle between the former secretary of state and the real estate mogul.
7:50 - The thawing of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States is having a little-spoken-about side effect – people on the island are feeling bolder about challenging the government.
5:42 - Poll: Donald Trump trails Hillary Clinton by nearly 40 points with Latinos
3:23 - A brand new Fox News Latino poll of registered Latino voters nationwide shows Hillary Clinton overwhelmingly winning the Hispanic vote in a head to head match up against Donald Trump.
4:36 - Bryan Llenas breaks down the numbers
0:40 - The Supreme Court is taking up an important dispute over immigration that could affect millions of people who are living in the country illegally.
9:20 - Ruben Diaz Jr. is a Hillary Clinton supporter and explains why Latinos prefer her ahead of April 19th primary.
0:49 - The vicious hate-crime of an immigrant divided a New York town, stirring up tensions between Latinos and white residents. Those tensions seem to have eased but Donald Trump could stir them up again.
0:46 - Ted Cruz is slamming GOP rival Donald Trump as a bully who incites violence and uses dirty tricks to intimidate voters and delegates.
1:21 - Sanders will attend a conference on social, economic and environmental issues.
7:29 - Donald Trump has revealed how he'll pressure Mexico to build what he calls a "great, Great Wall." The president of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Javier Palomarez, talks about Trump’s plan.
0:50 - Ted Cruz will have hundreds of influential Republican donors and Jewish leaders all to himself this weekend in Las Vegas as he addresses the Republican Jewish Coalition.
1:48 - Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, met with faith leaders inside a Bronx restaurant for over an hour. Supporters as well as protesters showed up.
1:46 - Rosario Dawson slammed Hillary Clinton for implying that presidential candidate Bernie Sanders doesn’t care about women.
1:35 - Melissa Young attended a rally in Wisconsin where she shared a story about Trump had sent her a letter to boost her spirits when she was in the hospital because of an incurable disease.
0:45 - Marco Rubio suspended his campaign, but not before accumulating 171 delegates, a trove that could help Republican front-runner Donald Trump secure the nomination — or help stop him.
3:48 - Geraldo Rivera says he will “never, never vote” for Trump “unless he profoundly moderates his positions” on immigration.
3:30 - President Obama participates in a Press Conference with Pres Macri at the Casa Rosada in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
6:01 - To talk about the president’s visit and the changes in Cuba is attorney Scott Gilbert, an expert on U.S.-Cuba relations.
0:49 - “We’re staying in until the convention,” Jane Sanders vowed. “The more people know him, the more they support his ideas.” She added, “Time is on our side.”
9:39 - Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez talks to Fox News Latino about the Florida's winner-take-all GOP primary.
11:14 - Bernie Sanders’ wife, Jane O’Meara Sanders, sat down for a one-on-one interview with Fox News Latino.
8:55 - Geraldo Rivera discusses the importance of Puerto Rican votes in Florida primary.
5:03 - In debate, Donald Trump said he'd expand visas for highly skilled workers. After the debate, his campaign clairifed saying he would not.
10:17 - Latino Victory Project President Cristobal Alex says this is the “most important election of all time.”
0:53 - As expected, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton dominated on Super Tuesday.
2:46 - Trump says if the Great Wall of China can be built 2000 years ago, we can build a border wall.
11:58 - Republican presidential candidate says failure to win states is overstated, campaign is picking up delegates and political map looks more promising going forward
14:36 - Presidential candidate speaks following wins in Texas and Oklahoma primaries
9:15 - Republican presidential candidate warns supporters that the future of the conservative movement is at stake
7:22 - Democratic presidential frontrunner speaks to supporters, takes aim at Donald Trump after strong Super Tuesday showing
3:51 - Presidential candidate speaks following win in Vermont Democratic primary
0:50 - Donald Trump holds sign in response to hecklers during speech in Kentucky.
0:33 - Marco Rubio says he won't drop out after Super Tuesday.
3:30 - Bryan Llenas provides details on Hispanic vote in Texas
6:17 - FNL's Senior Politics Editor Elizabeth Llorente provides analysis.
1:18 - Sen. Marco Rubio talks about how Hispanic voters chose Donald Trump in Nevada.
2:01 - Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s campaign once again has to backtrack on an attack on rival presidential candidate, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.
11:22 - Democratic presidential candidate thanks supporters following first place finish in Nevada caucuses
2:11 - Latino turnout in Nevada caucus could decide Democratic race.
3:55 - Describing himself as a "conservative Democrat," presidential candidate Rocky de la Fuente talks about the issues facing the U.S.
5:31 - Rocky de la Fuente is a real etsate mogul and longshot candidate in the Democratic race for president.
6:07 - Community activist Dolores Huerta speaks to Fox News Latino about the Latino vote.
8:03 - Democratic National Committee Financial Chair Henry Muñoz III speaks to Fox News Latino.
2:37 - Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are out courting the Latino vote in Nevada.
0:55 - Donald Trump is hitting Pope Francis over his upcoming visit to the U.S.-Mexican border.
5:13 - Fox News Latino reporter, Andrew O'Reilly explains.
1:59 - Enticed by taxpayer-provided welfare and the hope of a better life, Cubans are entering the U.S. at a record pace, fearing America's open door policy with the Communist nation may come to end with a new administration next year.
0:48 - Marco Rubio is not only besting fellow Floridian Jeb Bush in the presidential polls but also when it comes to money in the bank.
0:55 - RNC Chairman Reince Priebus on FNC's "America’s Newsroom."
0:43 - Rubio thinks he has struck the perfect balance between anger and optimism needed to win over the outraged and inspire potential conservatives to turn out and vote.
2:17 - Of the 55 million Latinos in the U.S., some 27 million are registered to vote. In Iowa, 50,000 Latinos are registered to vote. About 20 percent are registered Republicans.
5:21 - Latino voters could actually make a difference in a predominantly white state. A record 55,000 registered Latino voters are registered in Iowa.
1:43 - Bryan Llenas reports on how Hispanic voters may impact Iowa results