0:43 - One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year posed special challenges in the crowded Washington-to-Boston corridor as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contended with a nor'easter packing rain and snow.
3:46 - Arizona Governor Jan Brewer on President Barack Obama's executive order on immigration.
4:45 - This pork shoulder recipe, more commonly known among Latinos as pernil is a dish heavily marinated with garlic. Traditionally served on special occasions.
1:29 - Argentinean dancer Florencia Bustos won this year's South American Pole Dancing Championship in Buenos Aires. The dancer will now represent Argentina in the female elite category in next year's World Championship in Hong Kong.
0:32 - Hundreds of farmers from Veracruz, Mexico staged a demonstration in their underwear on the streets of Mexico City to protest against what they claim to be abuses of power by former state governors.
0:47 - With their cheap fares and ability to drive up into hillside settlements, the three-wheeled vehicles known as mototaxis are an increasingly popular way to get around Lima, Peru.
6:05 - Texas Republican on Obama's executive action on immigration
0:31 - Pole dancers from all over Latin America met over the weekend in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The dancers competed in "Miss Pole Dance South America," and the chance to represent the region at the 2015 World Pole Dance Championship.
8:21 - Joselyn Martinez helped track down her father's killer 27 years after the fact. Now a Manhattan judge has ruled it violates his right to a speedy trial.
3:34 - Eva Longoria talks about her new documentary "Food Chains" about farm workers in Florida.
4:17 - Rick Sanchez on President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.
1:57 - Matt Finn talks to students at Del Sol High School about President Obama's visit
0:45 - The 15th annual Latin Grammys, airing live from Las Vegas on Thursday, was delayed about 17 minutes because of Obama’s address on immigration. The address seemed to add even more importance to add more reason to celebrate Latin music’s largest night.
8:50 - Fox News' Geraldo Rivera on President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.
5:30 - Program mentors young minorities
2:12 - Former Yankee Closer Mariano Rivera is a big hit with the Sierra High School band. Thanks to his generosity the band is now sporting new uniforms and musical instruments.
14:49 - President Obama unveils executive immigration plan
1:22 - Singer Ricky Martin unveils his brand new figure at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. The Figure will soon travel to Florida for the spring 2015 grand opening of Madame Tussauds Orlando.
5:24 - Program gives training and opportunities for life
5:38 - Texas Attorney General and Gov.-elect Greg Abbott says he will sue Obama on behalf of his state after the announcement that he is taking executive action.
0:33 - Eva Longoria talks to FNL about Obama's intention to use executive action on immigration.
2:17 - Snow continues to dump on Buffalo, New York. Meteorologist Maria Molina reports live from the scene.
5:44 - On the O'Reilly Factor, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) explains what he believes would be the most likely outcome of President Obama's planned executive action on immigration.
0:51 - Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez appeared before a judge on Tuesday to face charges of inciting violence during anti-government protests at the beginning of 2014. His wife and a number of his supporters were at the courthouse to protest.
2:28 - With Obama expected to announce an executive order to overhaul immigration reform, a group of deported veterans who are demanding that they benefit from any action taken on immigration.
1:25 - "Buttercup" the baby giraffe born last week at the Santa Barbara Zoo, was seen taking its first steps.
0:43 - Pope Francis confirmed that he will travel to the U.S. next year to participate in a rally for families in Philadelphia. He confirmed his presence at the World Meeting of Families in September during a speech at the Vatican.
0:44 - Tattoo artists and enthusiasts gathered at the 8th Annual International Tattoo Convention in Bogota, Colombia.
2:07 - Mario Lopez lead a group of enthusiastic kids from the Boys & Girls Club in a calisthenics drill–along with two somewhat reluctant New Yorkers who happen to build exotic fish tanks for a living.
0:48 - Relatives and classmates of 43 missing students from a rural teaching college in southern Mexico began a caravan trip around the country to raise awareness about the case and encourage political action.
0:56 - Workers in Brazil were putting the final touches to the world's largest floating Christmas tree in Rio de Janeiro. The tree was given its first Guinness World Records certification as the world's tallest Christmas tree in 1999.
0:49 - Pope Francis expressed solidarity with the people of Mexico following the disappearance and possible killing of 43 students.
1:07 - Firefighters shattered a pane of glass hundreds of feet in the air to rescue two 1 World Trade Center window washers whose scaffolding dangled at a precarious angle for more than an hour.
0:39 - World renowned Cuban ballet dancers are returning home following a recent relaxation of the country's laws on travel and income which have made it easier for native dancers to come back.
2:50 - Border Patrol agents were overwhelmed by a wave of immigrant children from Central America this year. Some of these children are finding a new life in Arizona.
0:09 - Fifteen hikers from a church group who failed to return from a weekend hike in the Southern California mountains were found by a helicopter search crew.
0:48 - Uruguay's President Jose Mujica said that he has received a million-dollar offer to buy his blue 1987 Volkswagen Beetle, which has become a symbol of the Uruguayan leader's austere lifestyle.
0:43 - Fox News Latino has obtained exclusive photos of the injuries Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway, sustained inside a Peruvian prison serving a sentence in a different case.
1:22 - FoxNewsLatino.com obtained never-before-seen photos of the injuries convicted killer Joran van der Sloot received while in prison.
4:10 - Many Republicans won key elections, in part, because they won about 40% of the Hispanic vote in their states.
6:05 - In Nevada, Brian Sandoval wins second term as governor.
4:10 - George P. Bush becomes first in family to win first race, wins Texas land commissioner post.
6:29 - Gov. Rick Scott became the second GOP governor ever in state history to win re-election. Scott beat former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist in the markedly nasty and most expensive political campaign in Florida history.
8:56 - Damian Lopez Alfonso was electrocuted as a boy but he won't let that slow him down
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
1:13 - Louis Ortiz, a.k.a., Bronx Obama, does an impersonation of a famous speech by the president of the U.S.