5:20 - Cesar Millan says Latin America’s dogs are skinnier, but don’t have as many psychological issues.
3:27 - Edy Ganem talks about landing her first leading role, and Luis Guzman fondly recalls their late costar Elizabeth Peña.
2:05 - Mother claims gun wasn't loaded, meant to scare
3:58 - Two llamas on the loose in Arizona.
5:35 - 27-year-old Yari Rodriguez is one of 100 finalists for the Mars One Project, and is hopeing she'll be chosen for the one-way trip of a lifetime.
2:24 - Mayor Rahm Emanuel must prepare for a runoff election against opponent 'Chuy' Garcia after he failed to win the majority needed to avoid it.
1:22 - Kyle Rothenberg reports how studying the Spanish language is mandatory for police officers in Jackson, Mississippi
3:02 - Mark Balas from "Dancing with the Stars" talks about what to expect in season 20.
1:20 - Meet the young Hispanic woman who challenged Senator Marco Rubio about immigration during a Vegas book signing
1:43 - George Zimmerman, will not face federal charges in Trayvon Martin death, the Justice Department said.
2:11 - Dozens of traditional Aymara grandmothers ease many of the aches and pains of aging by practicing a sport that is decidedly untraditional in Bolivia — team handball.
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 - 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.
1:53 - American cigar aficionados are salivating over the prospect of legally buying and enjoying Cuba's famous cigars in the wake of the U.S. easing of trade and travel restrictions with the island.
5:39 - J.W. Cortes talks about playing Det. Alvarez on FOX's hit show "Gotham"
0:51 - Alejandro González Iñárritu has won the Oscar for best director for Birdman at the 87th Academy Awards.
1:15 - Alejandro González Iñárritu, who had previously been nominated, became the second Latino (and Mexican) filmmaker to win best director, following in the footsteps of his co-patriot Alfonso Cuarón.
1:24 - Supporters of a Mexican undocumented immigrant living in a church are starting a campaign to end her deportation case. Rosa Robles Loreto, 41, has lived inside Southside Presbyterian Church for the past 6 months to avoid a deportation order against her.
0:51 - Security camera footage shows police in camouflaged uniforms taking Ledezma away after being arrested in his office.
8:00 - America's small business success is dependent on the success of Hispanic families.
2:59 - U.S. Senator Marco Rubio speaks to reporters about Homeland Security, DACA and more.
1:12 - Colombian actress Catalina Sandino Moreno joins "The VIP Room" to talk about the Oscars.
2:07 - Revellers in glitzy costumes are filling the streets of New Orleans for the annual Mardi Gras bash.
8:37 - A look back at the exciting season
4:55 - Before announcing the winner, Donald Trump consulted with his advisers, daughter Ivanka and son Don. Jr. In the end, Leeza Gibbons took the title of “Celebrity Apprentice,” the first woman to win since the late Joan Rivers.
0:30 - A 20-year-old American man who was badly gored during a bull-running festival is out of intensive care and improving.
1:57 - With nurses by her side, she crawled inch-by-inch to the finish line. If anyone helped her, Hyvon Ngetich would have been disqualified.
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.
4:41 - Napoleon is a French puff pastry filled with cream. In this recipe we used a passion fruit mousse as the cream and added fresh strawberries. The topped it with a chocolate drizzle.
1:40 - Groups of dominatrixes are protesting the depiction of the S&M Community in "50 Shades of Grey" at theaters in Los Angeles, California.
0:38 - Alex Rodriguez met with top New York Yankees officials and apologized to the team as he prepares to report to spring training following his season-long suspension.
1:20 - The Powerball jackpot has climbed to $485 million, making Wednesday night's drawing the fifth largest prize in U.S. history.
0:35 - Wearing a life jacket on a beach in Peru, Biuf has picked up the sport under the guidance of his owner.
2:39 - Liz, Christina, and Danielle Milian attended the OK! 2015 Pre Grammy Party at Lure in Hollywood, California.
0:48 - Pope Francis told a 16-year-old student that he didn't know how to work a computer.
0:52 - Jeb Bush called for "dramatically expanding" the number of immigrants allowed to enter the country to work in high-need jobs, while calling the prospect of overhauling the country's immigration system "a huge opportunity ... not a problem."
0:24 - Two volcanoes erupt simultaneously in Mexico.
4:06 - Miss Universe Paulina Vega stops by "The VIP Room" to talk about her big year ahead and her beautiful country, Colombia.
3:09 - When asked again, Miss Universe Paulina Vega sticks to her same answers.
0:43 - Venezuelan national guardsmen and state price adjusters implemented a military-style occupation of a national supermarket in Caracas.
0:45 - Before death, Alberto Nisman had drafted a request for the arrest of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, according to the lead investigator.
9:11 - Geraldo Rivera talks to "The Five" co-host Kimberly Gilfoyle about "Celebrity Apprentice."
0:39 - Latin rock star Juanes will be singing again at the Grammy Awards, but this time it will be a song of his own, in Spanish.
1:51 - Fans of the hit TV show "The Walking Dead" attend a convention for a chance to meet some of the actors.
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.
1:55 - Actor Lorenzo Lamas in his book, “Renegade at Heart,” doesn’t hold back on what it was like growing up in a broken home, why he wanted to act and his career defining moments.
8:40 - The Latino Coalition Chairman and Former Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Hector Barreto speaks to Fox News Latino's Bryan Llenas.
2:09 - Casey Stegall reports on blast in Mexico City
5:37 - Puerto Rican actor Josh Segarra talks about playing Bill on USA Network's "Sirens."
1:52 - Josh Segarra's mom thinks his character on "Sirens" is very stupid.
0:57 - Maria Molina has your FoxCast
1:28 - Venezuelan authorities have blocked two former Latin American presidents from visiting jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez.
0:30 - Balloons, not doves, were released as a gesture of peace Sunday in St. Peter's Square, a year after an attack by a seagull and a crow on the symbolic birds sparked protests by animal protection groups.
6:12 - Doral’s mayor, Luigi Boria defends hosting Miss Universe pageant.
1:55 - "The Boy Next Door," is a gender-reversing B-movie spin on "Fatal Attraction" that sets suburban family values against that one night of misguided, irresistible passion.
0:37 - A messy mix of rain, snow and sleet is bearing down on the Northeast's major cities.
0:45 - Jennifer Lopez told Complex magazine that it’s all about what feels good in the moment and what feels right.
6:08 - Gabriela Isler speaks about her year as Miss Universe and Doral, the smallest city to host Miss Universe pageant.
2:12 - Miss Universe 2013 Gabriela Isler speaks about Venezuela's current issues.
2:11 - It was a letter from the State of Colorado that the parents of Kenai Zamora had to read three times to make sure they were reading it correctly. The letter said that their son made too much income to qualify for his Medicaid benefits.