As we take a #stepwithrefugees on World Refugee Day, ShareAmerica highlights a few people who made their mark as Americans.
When Donald Trump arrived at the White House after being sworn in as the 45th president, waiting for him was a letter from his predecessor, Barack Obama.
This photo gallery shows the destruction brought by Hurricane Irma, which battered Florida in early September, and relief efforts to help victims.
What can one learn about America through the lens of a Russian journalist? An award-winning Russian writer traveling in the U.S. tells us.
As American families gather for fireworks and celebrate the U.S. Independence Day, U.S. military personnel deployed overseas celebrate in different ways.
The typical workday of New Jersey attorney Richard Beilin bears little resemblance to the legal profession as portrayed in films and on television.
How and what Americans eat often reflect the changes taking place in society at any particular time. Fast food and pizza delivery can teach us a lot.
In the midwestern state of Nebraska, you can find man-made and natural wonders, from Omaha's zoo and Carhenge to the annual crane migration.
See how children and adults participated in traditional Persian New Year activities at the Smithsonian's 11th annual Nowruz celebration.