The John Adams High School marching band of South Bend, Indiana, has been an essential part of the community for generations.
When a disaster like Hurricane Harvey or Irma strikes, former U.S. presidents often step up to galvanize public support for those left homeless.
African-American airmen’s contributions to World War II will be immortalized on a new U.S. coin to be released in 2021.
She's only 27, but Grammy Award–winning jazz singer and songwriter Cécile McLorin Salvant has music critics drawing comparisons to a century of jazz greats.
Read on to learn why it matters what pronouns you use to refer to people and how the United States embraces sharing pronouns.
Dothraki, the language spoken by the warrior tribe of Essos from the show “Game of Thrones,” borrows many of its components from Russian.
To many, Jordan has become the Hollywood of the Middle East, with an award-winning film commission and a number of recent hit films shot there.
Toni Stone was a pioneering figure in baseball. Many sports fans don't know her name, but a play about her life explains why they should.
David Drake, who was born enslaved, learned to read and write when it was illegal. His hundreds of ceramics with inscribed poetry were an act of resistance.