Mary Jane Maxwell
Americans celebrate the beginning of the new year with time-honored traditions including special foods, parties, fireworks and midnight kisses.
Kwanzaa is a seven-day event in the U.S. based on African festivals and celebrated through music and dance from December 26 through January 1.
German immigrants to the United States have shaped American culture and economy in a variety of ways, perhaps most visibly at this time of year.
Karen Pence, wife of Vice President Pence, champions both children and art therapy as she travels with her husband around the world.
Latest U.S. government data show historic highs in HIV prevention and treatment as people around the globe celebrate World AIDS Day on December 1.
Native American culture and traditions are passed down at colleges operated by American Indian tribes with support from the U.S. government.
The United States, through PEPFAR, has helped not only to save and improve millions of lives, but also has transformed the global HIV/AIDS response.
Each year in the U.S., the president kicks off the winter holiday season in an official "turkey pardoning" ceremony in the White House's Rose Garden.
World AIDS Day is December 1. A U.S.-backed video conference program helps accelerate the race to end HIV/AIDS worldwide.