Religious freedom is a universal human right and a founding principle of the United States.
As head of the new U.S. Food Administration, future president Herbert Hoover led the effort to send millions of tons of food to Europe during World War I.
Bon Jovi, the Moody Blues, Dire Straits, the Cars, and Nina Simone are entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Learn what makes these performers stand out.
The remains of 14 slaves found by construction workers will be publicly memorialized and buried beside prominent families in New York in June.
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.
Saudi-American Ahd Kamel and Kenyan-Mexican Lupita Nyong’o are among the international actresses who have found success in American television or cinema.
The Super Bowl turns 50 as American football gains players and fans from around the world. Which NFL players weren't born in the U.S.?
Learn about the Jewish holy days of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. This is the first in a series that looks at religious holidays as observed by Americans.
Jerome Grant, Washington native and executive chef of the Sweet Home Café, tells the story of African-American culture through food.