'El Chapo' learns English in prison, struggles with 'harsh' conditions
Attorneys for the Sinaloa drug lord say that their client's lack of English is among many problems he faces since entering a U.S. maximum security prison. The local tap water doesn't agree with him, and he is being tortured - by imaginary Mexican music.
Behind the scenes: how Univision made the José Fernández documentary, 'JDF16'
How a modest video proposal turned into something more ambitious, thanks to the participation of the Fernández family.
EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Penélope, the daughter of Miami Marlins pitcher José Fernández
Penélope was born in late February, five months after the death of her father, Miami Marlins baseball star José Fernández. A Univision documentary on his life, "JDF 16", is being released on Saturday.
The mother and child José Fernández left behind
An unexpected pregnancy, followed by an even more unexpected tragedy: Maria Arias tells Univision about her brief life with the Miami Marlins pitcher and the birth of their daughter Penélope.
Documentary: 'JDF16,' from the streets of Cuba to Major League baseball stardom
Watch here an exclusive Univision documentary that offers an intimate portrait of the charismatic life of Miami Marlins pitcher José Delfín Fernández who died in a boating accident last year.
A life in pictures: the José Fernández family album (1992-2016)
The Miami Marlins pitcher lived life to the full, from childhood in Cuba to Major League stardom in Miami, as seen in these photos provided to Univision by his family for the documentary about his life 'JDF16.' Scenes from his baby and early teen years in Santa Clara, Cuba, high school in Tampa, fishing in Miami and visiting family in Cuba.
How a little boy from Cuba called Delfin became José Fernández, a Major League All Star
A Univision documentary, 'JDF16', tells the story of Miami Marlins pitcher José Delfin Fernández, from cradle to grave.
Man charged with hate crime after pursuing Mexican woman with a knife in her front yard
Travis Spike Senner, who has a criminal history in three states, has been charged with second degree assault and malicious harassment, the latter of which is a hate crime in Washington state. But it is not always easy to investigate and process such cases.
After 26 years as a fugitive, last of drug smuggling 'cocaine cowboys' arrested in Florida
Gustavo 'Taby' Falcon, 55, was booked into the Orange County Jail Wednesday evening and is charged with smuggling tons of cocaine into the United States in the 1980s along with his notorious brother, Augusto 'Willie' Falcon.
Chef José Andrés and Trump settle bitter hotel restaurant lawsuits
Andrés pulled out of a restaurant deal with the Trump organization over the president's anti-immigrant rhetoric on the campaign trail in which he described Mexicans as rapists and criminals.
Hate on the train: Racial aggressions increase on New York City subway, including towards Latinos
A 'Dreamer' tells Univision about the assault he suffered in January, which landed him in the hospital. Incidents of hate on the city's transportation system are up this year overall.
Video shows police kill Hispanic man with a dozen gunshots at point-blank range
Nicolás Sánchez, 38, was shot by two officers in Roy City, Utah, after he tried to run away when police told him to approach and not reach for a run hidden under his sweater.
Schools face a climate of hate, and struggle to respond
Amid reports of bullying and harassment across the country, school teachers and administrators don’t always know how to act. Parents want answers.
This Canadian border city is building a bridge with the U.S. while Trump raises his wall with Mexico
Like communities on the Mexican border, Windsor depends on the U.S. but also fears the impact of the president's proclaimed "America first" policies. Yet Trump uses far different language with Canada than with his southern neighbor.
Trump's National Security Advisor challenged over human rights record
Iraqi detainees in Gen H.R. McMaster's custody were treated in an inhuman fashion bordering on torture in 2005, according to a U.S. Military Police officer.