Pamela M. Prah
You can now send a note to President Obama on Facebook using the White House’s Messenger bot, the first of its kind for any government.
Successful people make it look easy, but most had to work hard to get to the top, often starting out by waiting tables or scooping ice cream.
American athletes from earlier Olympics who broke records in their sports and barriers in society are remembered in this photo gallery.
Have you ever heard of an ultramarathon? Meet runner Dean Karnazes, who has run in all types of climates and made his way down the Silk Road.
Would you take a dare to sing in public? A tourist visiting the Lincoln Memorial in Washington did, and the video is going viral.
Mebrahtom "Meb" Keflezighi, the winner of the Boston and New York marathons, an Olympian, and a refugee, gives back as a mentor to young runners.
Americans gave $373.25 billion to charities and nonprofits in 2015, with a 17.4 percent rise in giving to international affairs organizations.
During the United State of Women Summit, companies will discuss the gender-pay gap and developing programs for future female entrepreneurs.
The "larger than life" Olympian, veteran and sports ambassador is honored for his service and laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery.