0:30 - Pope Francis led a Mass at the Vatican to celebrate Palm Sunday, marking the beginning of Holy Week which culminates on Easter Sunday.
3:20 - Gina Rodriguez wants Latinos all over the U.S. to show that the community has a strong buying power that cannot be ignored.
1:20 - Florida boy, Ahizya Osceola, found dead inside the home where he lived with his dad and stepmom.
3:26 - Spanish soccer star David Villa talked about his new MLS team, NYCFC.
0:39 - Passengers escape moments before vehicle is swallowed by sinkhole in Brazil
1:58 - The presidential campaign for Ted Cruz may have hit a virtual speedbump on the internet because of a Phoenix man.
1:28 - At least 37 people were killed and more than 84 injured when three buses and a truck collided early Monday on Peru's main coastal highway.
3:50 - The cast of "Do You Believe" opened up about workign with Alexa PenaVega.
4:05 - Senator Ted Cruz announces his campaign for president at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va.
0:16 - Pope Francis, who recently lamented he could not slip out and get a pizza like he used to, was handed a drive by delivery as he passed by crowds in his Popemobile.
0:37 - Graffiti marks every corner of the Colombian capital and the authorities are setting aside specific areas for Bogota's urban artists.
2:38 - Companies are banking that the next wave of US-Cuba normalization will involve plowing the waves of the Florida Straits.
2:05 - A festival of food, floats and fire in Valencia, Spain has drawn to a close. Alicia Acuna has the highlights on a celebration honoring Saint Joseph, the patron saint of the carpenter’s guild.
4:07 - Latin America's most successful rock band speaks out against corruption
1:51 - Jessica Alba opens up about her billion dollar company, The Honest Co.
1:31 - Sofia Vergara tells Fox News Latino how she knew her fiancé Joe Manganiello was "the one."
2:33 - Congress voices concerns Iran might extend its reach into Latin America.
4:19 - "Jane the Virgin" cast open up about the show's impact in American TV.
0:36 - One of the biggest gatherings of Latino movers and shakers in social media, the news business, marketing and music takes place in Miami, it's the Hispanicize conference.
0:47 - Footage from local media and the country's Volcanology and Seismology Observatory showed plumes of smoke, gas and ash rising from the volcano.
3:03 - Jennifer Lopez opened up about her new music and her upcoming film "Home" with Rihanna.
0:29 - TV host Rodner Figueroa was fired from his hosting duties at Univision after saying Michelle Obama looks like she's from “Planet of the Apes.”
4:07 - Former United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzales on Hillary Clinton's emails.
0:43 - Specialist investigators picked through the wreckage of two helicopters in a remote area in Argentina.
0:14 - Video shot by local radio station Radio7 Villa Union captured the moment of the mid-air collision, which killed the eight French nationals and two Argentine pilots aboard.
1:41 - A two-count criminal complaint unsealed in federal court charges a U.S. Border Patrol supervisor with video voyeurism for allegedly placing a video camera in a women’s bathroom at the agency’s offices in San Ysidro.
0:40 - Two helicopters carrying French sports stars filming a popular European reality show crashed in a remote part of Argentina, killing 10 people, including two Olympic medal winners and a sailing champion.
0:29 - Pope Francis marked International Women's Day by paying tribute to all the women who "every day try to build a more human and welcoming society".
5:40 - New Jersey Democrat accused of using office to push interests of a Democratic donor and friend in exchange for gifts
3:41 - Sends hundreds of cards to officers around U.S.
3:13 - The cast of the highly-anticipated ABC drama "American Crime" talks about how the show will tackle race and justice.
1:27 - King Felipe VI held a gala dinner for the president of Colombia. Juan Manuel Santos thanked Spain for its support in the peace process with the FARC
1:55 - FOX 10 has received an inside look at where Jodi Arias will be headed after her sentencing retrial is wrapped up.
1:55 - "I don't believe in amnesty," Walker told "Fox News Sunday." ''My view has changed. I'm flat out saying it. Candidates can say that."
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.
0:59 - At just 12 years of age, Blanca Ramirez became the youngest girl in the world to run seven marathons on all seven continents.
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.