0:15 - Log on to foxnewslatino.com to watch Rick Sanchez on November 4th from 9 to 11pm and join the conversation using hashtag #FNLvote14
0:43 - Mayor Bill de Blasio said there was no reason for residents to be alarmed by the Ebola diagnosis.
6:46 - Fox Deportes' Duaner Sanchez says Strickland's shouting to Perez had something to do with Perez being a Latino ballplayer.
0:34 - More than 500 clowns from across Latin America staged a laughter session in Mexico City for world peace. They attempted to laugh non-stop for 15 minutes but fell short of the goal.
5:58 - Argentinian pianist Rosa Antonelli will be performing at Carnegie Hall a program of classical music by Latin American composers.
7:02 - On occasion of the launch of his new book, Bullfight: Paintings and Works on Paper, Fernando Botero spoke with Fox News Latino about his successful career, his passion for bullfighting and the art of painting.
0:55 - Actor Channing Tatum talks about working with director Jorge Gutierrez on his first animated role.
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.
3:11 - Cid Wilson, President & CEO of Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility in Washington D.C., talks to Fox News Latino about how Latino culture is permeating many aspects of daily life in the United States.
1:56 - Carmen Marc Valvo talks about his Spring 2015 collection.
1:52 - Fashion designer Carolina Herrera explains her Spring 2015 collection.
0:36 - The coming winter vacation season is raising worries about the potential for Ebola cases in Caribbean and Central American countries.
0:33 - Spanish actress Penelope Cruz has been named the "sexiest woman alive" by Esquire magazine.
9:49 - In a wide-ranging interview with FNL, Levy talked about everything from phone sex, to his effort to expand his brand, his willingness to do a telenovela with Thalia, and even play gay movie roles.
6:55 - Alicia Acuna profiles the director of the Young People's Chorus of New York City
5:37 - "Louis Ortiz walked into a bar, and Barack Obama came out," says the Bronx impersonator of our current president and the subject of a new documentary.
1:13 - Louis Ortiz, a.k.a., Bronx Obama, does an impersonation of a famous speech by the president of the U.S.
0:37 - Just a year after a botched rollout delayed the launch of the Spanish-language site of HealthCare.gov, the administration unveiled a new version of the site with a major typo on the home page.
3:28 - "Taste of the World" with Elizabeth Carrion.
0:33 - Death rates for blacks and whites dropped but held steady for Hispanics. However, Hispanic death rates remain lower than the black and white numbers.
0:40 - Mexican officials worked to determine whether 28 bodies found in a clandestine grave are students who were attacked by police suspected of drug gang links.
10:11 - Perez Hilton opened up about Latino issues and gay rights in the U.S.
2:25 - The president's decision to delay executive action on immigration has angered some Hispanic voters.
4:47 - Mario Lopez opened up about growing in Chula Vista, "Saved by the Bell" and more in his new memoir "Just Between Us"
2:55 - Fox's Maria Molina is engaged to extreme meteorologist and storm chaser Reed Timmer.
0:42 - New Mexico immigration detention center Artesia draws criticism from all sides.
5:09 - Nia Sanchez
3:21 - In this "Taste of the World" segment, Elizabeth Carrion shows how to make a Mexican-style horchata.
6:08 - Peruvian President Ollanta Humala talks with Fox News Latino, rejecting the notion of a Plan Peru to combat drugs.
4:12 - U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart says that Pres. Obama only cares about immigration reform during election season.
0:20 - The man they call "P-Rod" tears up LES Coleman skatepark and hangs with dozens of fans in New York City.
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.
0:45 - Raw video: Brazilian news agency covers hostage situation at Brasilia hotel
3:28 - Hillary Vaughn interviews Dr. Pedro de Nido at Boston Children's Hospital
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.
0:41 - Tens of thousands of young families caught crossing the border illegally earlier this year subsequently failed to meet with federal immigration agents.
5:26 - Instead of spending hours in the office, Martin Mayorga is often in South America tending to the coffee farmers who make it all possible
0:35 - Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduroblasts U.S. during UN speech but stops short of name-calling.
3:27 - "Taste of the World" with Elizabeth Carrion.
4:09 - Manny Gonzalez, the CEO of NSHMBA, talks about how his organization can be the bridge between business schools and the Hispanic community.
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.
4:12 - A new app called SheTaxi locates taxis with a woman behind the wheel for female customers in New York City, Westchester County and Long Island.
5:54 - Jose Feliciano
0:35 - Experts and activists believe that sooner rather than later a new wave of unaccompanied youngsters will arrive at the border with Mexico.
3:38 - "Taste of the World" with Elizabeth Carrion.
0:33 - A television show that featured the nearly two-decade-old killing of an Arizona teenager and her unborn baby helped lead to the arrest of her ex-boyfriend, police said.
5:39 - FOX’s new highly anticipated show “Red Band Society” follows six teenagers who create a pact to live.
0:40 - The remnants of Tropical Storm Odile moved into Arizona on Wednesday.
1:35 - Georgetown University says undergraduate student Andrea Jaime died from an apparent case of meningitis, according to school officials.
4:53 - María Agui Carter spent 12 years working on “Rebel,” a documentary about Loreta Velazquez, a Cuban-born Southerner who fought under the pseudonym Harry Buford, eventually becoming a Union spy.
7:56 - "America By The Numbers" hosted by Maria Hinojosa debuts on PBS on October 4th.
0:38 - Colombian authorities are keeping 70 criminals at a public park in Bogota due to lack of space at detention facilities and jails.
0:35 - With Florida Gov. Rick Scott and former governor Charlie Crist virtually tied, Hispanic voters could determine who wins the state’s gubernatorial .
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?
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.
0:41 - 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.
4:20 - Milagros para Niños (Miracles for Children), is a initiative that focuses on offering medical services and support to hundreds of Latino families across the United States and around the world.
7:39 - Pop star releases new album and memoir