0:36 - Argentina's last captive polar bear will remain in the country despite a petition by more than a half million people asking that it be moved to Canada.
0:34 - Univision's show "El Gordo y la Flaca" confirmed that Shakira and Pique are having a girl.
2:18 - One of those "Rosie's" is very much alive and well, and living in Newton, Kansas. Her name is Connie Palacioz, she is 89-years-old and proud Mexican-American woman.
0:41 - Young evangelical Christians in Ciudad Juarez are dressing up as angels and taking to the streets to protest against human trafficking and violence against women.
8:52 - Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) sits down with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday and talks about the border crisis.
4:52 - Meet Blue Moon’s Latino founder and master brewer, Keith Villa, whose latest creation is Cinnamon Horchata Ale.
6:09 - For NASCAR driver Aric Almirola, winning at Daytona was a childhood dream come true.
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.
0:52 - Starbucks is making its much-anticipated debut in the land of coffee, Colombia.
5:06 - Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz opens up about a documentary about his role in helping Boston recover from the bombing at the marathon.
0:39 - Prominent immigration activist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, was released by U.S. Border Patrol agents after being detained at a Texas airport.
6:10 - Fox News Latino talks to Fox Deportes analyst José Tolentino about baseball's summer showcase, featuring Derek Jeter, Bud Selig and two dozen Latino players.
0:33 - An attempted carjacking was foiled after a group of men jumped the suspected car thief – while getting the incident on video.
7:53 - Cespedes became the first repeat winner of the All-Star skills contest in 15 years, powering his way past Cincinnati's Todd Frazier 9-1 in the final round Monday night.
2:03 - The World Cup has come to an end; let’s now take a look at the financial goals the sport is scoring.
1:10 - Argentina or Germany?
2:26 - For this year’s World Cup in Brazil – a country known for exporting both its soccer and music stars – the caxirola was meant to be the South American nation’s answer to South Africa’s vuvuzela.
4:29 - Michelle Obama 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.
1:27 - Jennifer Lopez speaking at the annual convention of the League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC, in New York City.
2:03 - Can you guess the right definitions?
4:42 - Steven Robles came face-to-face with a great white shark.
4:28 - Ranch family fights feds for grazing rights.
4:16 - Pedro Rosario used up his entire retirement savings to open up a no-kill animal shelter. But the shelter is in danger of closing if it doesn’t get the proper funding it needs.
1:34 - Fox News Latino walked the streets of New York City asking people.
1:09 - An overpass in Brazil that was part of the World Cup infrastructure plan has collapsed onto vehicles below.
0:52 - US Soccer fans left a humid Arena Fonte Nova, disappointed but with their heads held high after the American men's national team fell 2-1 in extra time to Belgium.
2:56 - Bryan Llenas reports from Brazil
5:29 - Jesus Aguais, executive director and founder of Aid For AIDS, talks about their work to educate immigrant communities about HIV.
2:13 - FIFA banned Uruguay striker Luis Suarez from all football activities for four months for biting an opponent at the World Cup.
9:42 - Julio Alegria and Michael Penn talk about how the DOMA decision changed their lives.
3:35 - Bryan Llenas reports from Brazil
2:14 - Bryan Llenas reports from Brazil
0:57 - Meteorologist Maria Molina has the weather report for today's big World Cup match between Germany and Team USA.
0:35 - The Latino population is no longer the fastest-growing minority group in the country. Asians were the fastest-growing group in 2013.
0:55 - La Roja has already left the 2014 World Cup. However, there is still some Spanish representation in Brazil off the field: a Galician company keeps selling the official jewelry of the team.
0:42 - A Houston-area police officer has been praised as a hero for dragging a woman off some railroad tracks just moments before a train rushes by.
0:43 - A celebration by fans of Mexico’s World Cup soccer team spilled onto the streets in California, where they clashed with police officers.
2:11 - A 2-2 tie against Portugal leaves the U.S. team in a good position to qualify, but a Thursday match against Germany looms.
5:50 - In its last group stage match against Croatia on Monday, Mexico, which has exceeded expectations so far, still needs a win or a tie to advance.
3:15 - The next stop at the World Cup for Team USA is the jungle city of Manaus. Bryan Llenas brings you a taste of the Amazon.
0:57 - Meteorologist Maria Molina has the weather report for Sunday's match between Team USA and Portugal.
1:17 - Fox News Latino asked average Americans to name the three countries playing in Group G of the World Cup with the U.S.
0:38 - Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony's divorce has been finalized nearly three years after the singers separated.
0:56 - Fox News Latino asked average Americans to name the best player in the world right now.
0:47 - Video taken at Rio's famed Maracana stadium shows a staircase wobbling under the weight of fans.There have been numerous safety issues during construction at the World Cup stadiums.
6:07 - Miss USA Nia Sanchez is half-Mexican half-European – something she very proud of and nothing she would ever change, though someone told her to before.
0:50 - Brazil hopes to exorcise ghost of 1950 failure by lifting the World Cup trophy at Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
0:43 - Grammy-winning singer Carlos Vives partnered with Toronto-based oil company Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. to send players' family members who couldn't afford to pay the costs of the trip to the World Cup.
2:17 - Some 500 of the most crazed fans called the American outlaws chartering two planes to follow the team through their first three games in Brazil.
0:49 - Fox News Latino hit the streets of Times Square to find out if average Americans could name three players on the U.S. World Cup roster in Brazil.
1:51 - Before they began arriving in this Natal for the World Cup, another American invasion occurred 70 years ago – one that locals say helped change the face of the town.
1:17 - Maria Molina previews the weather report for tonight's match between Team USA and Ghana.
2:29 - A big heart and a love of the game is all it took for one 10-year-old boy from Michigan to start an international soccer charity.
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.
1:03 - The Night before the first World Cup game 3,000 US soccer fans rallied at a Volkswagen dealership in Brazil
3:09 - Americans join the millions of fans in Brazil for the World Cup
2:11 - Brazil wins first match after controversial call at the World Cup. Fox's Bryan Llenas reports live from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
0:51 - Brazilians take the streets of Sao Paulo to celebrate their first win at the World Cup. Brazil is chasing a sixth championship.
3:12 - In case you’ve never played, read about or watched international soccer matches, here is a World Cup 101.