Sherry L. Brukbacher
When it was first instituted in 1882, Labor Day was the "workingman's holiday." Take a look at some of the women who make up nearly half the U.S. workforce.
The "Age of Empires" exhibit in New York features art from the Qin and Han dynasties 2,000 years ago that still influences Chinese society today.
As you mark World Wildlife Day on March 3, take a look at this collection of cool animal photos — wildlife in their wintry U.S. habitats.
Here are some of our favorite images from the White House, taken by chief White House photographer Pete Souza and photojournalists covering President Obama.
Voting begins on November 8 in the U.S., where turnout is expected to be high for a historic election. Check throughout the day for photos!
Halloween, celebrated on October 31, has its roots in Celtic culture, but did you know it's celebrated around the world? Check out these photos to see more!
Take a trip down memory lane ... and across the U.S.! These vintage national parks posters show America's evergreen beauty.
The U.S. is a land of immigrants, welcoming people from other nations, faiths and backgrounds. Augustus Sherman photographed many Ellis Island arrivals.
The South China Sea is among the most beautiful places on Earth. Overfishing, dredging and land reclamation are threatening its future.