February is Black History Month in the U.S. Meet America's first black Marines, known as the Montford Pointers, and learn how they got their name.
In Washington, a museum's in-house restaurant serves food that evokes its biblical roots and pleases customers from all over the globe.
The impressive development and growth of minority-owned businesses in America are helping to fuel the nation's surging economy.
The iconic poster of "Rosie the Riveter," a World War II factory worker, inspired a nation. The woman who inspired the poster has died at age 96.
On Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, January 15, fifth-graders from a Washington school recite King's most famous speech from the Lincoln Memorial steps.
The Harlem Globetrotters have wowed fans with comic basketball feats for decades. They also do a lot of good — like helping to stop bullying.
Preservers are at work in the sleepy Alaskan village of Ninilchik, where elderly residents speak a Russian dialect frozen in time, unchanged since 1847.
The White House's holiday decorations conjure up a winter fantasy each year. See how the magic happens with trees, ornaments and more.
Kwanzaa is a seven-day event in the U.S. based on African festivals and celebrated through music and dance from December 26 through January 1.