Paul Wulfsberg

Police officers lining up to order food at food cart (© Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images)

Halal food sees big gains in U.S. restaurant market

In U.S. restaurants, halal food is going mainstream and being served by chefs offering diverse cuisine as well as at fast-food places.
Man on his knees praying in temple as shaft of light comes in window (© Richard Vogel/AP)

Asian Americans mark Lunar New Year in new ways

Millions of Asian Americans will celebrate the Lunar New Year with an American spin but will still hold on to traditional values.
Group of people posing for photo in front of blackboard with Arabic words (Courtesy of Lizz Huntley)

Americans’ desire to learn Arabic continues

More American students are choosing to study Arabic. For World Arabic Language Day, we look at their experiences.
Woman and man draped in U.S. flag and flag colors, man wearing cheesehead (State Dept./Paul Wulfsberg)

America’s diversity informs U.S. soccer, World Cup traditions

Many U.S. soccer fans are learning to cheer on their team from fans from other countries where soccer has long been a leading sport.
Megan Rapinoe lifting Women's World Cup trophy as teammates celebrate (© Francisco Seco/AP Images)

Soccer soars in the United States

The success of the U.S. women's soccer team is one of the factors driving soccer's growing popularity in the U.S. Learn more here.
2 women standing in kitchen (Courtesy of Koshari Mama)

Family brings Cairo’s street food to Boston    

Meet the mother and daughter whose vegan restaurant in Boston is bringing traditional Egyptian cooking to the United States.
Abdelmadjid Tebboune shaking hands with Matthew Hill (Courtesy of Algeria Press Service)

How a boy from Miami met the president of Algeria

A 12-year-old American's love of international affairs drew the attention of Algerian officials, who invited him to meet their president.