Nearly 100 Special Olympics athletes from the U.S. will compete in the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin. Get to know some of them.
Opal Lee, a 96-year-old activist from Texas, worked hard to get Juneteenth recognized as a federal holiday. Learn how she did it.
Several reporters from Africa recently visited the U.S. through the Murrow program to learn more about how independent media outlets operate.
A native of Somalia who operates restaurants in Minnesota inspired by African flavors won a small business award.
Learn what the U.S. and the international community are doing to investigate alleged crimes against humanity in Ukraine.
America honors fallen U.S. soldiers on Memorial Day. Learn more about Arlington National Cemetery, where thousands of them were laid to rest.
Many Tongan American athletes are making a name for themselves in pro sports and shining a light on the their culture.
Learn how a game with a funny name — pickleball — is taking over community tennis courts and backyards all over America.
Discoveries of Asian American researchers have contributed to advances that treat HIV/AIDS and protect millions from viruses like COVID-19.