Muslims traditionally break their fast with a bowl of dates. If you're observing Ramadan in the U.S., it's a good bet those dates come from California.
Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Ayad Akhtar first struggled to find success, then found his voice by incorporating his religion into his work.
Like other Muslims around the world, American Muslims observe the holy month of Ramadan. See how they pray, fast and feast around the U.S.
May is Jewish American Heritage Month in the United States. Meet an a cappella group that combines pop songs with Jewish traditions.
A desert in New Mexico, a cornfield in Ohio and a street in New York City have one thing in common: mosques. American Muslims worship here.
April 8 is International Romani Day. This persecuted minority has a rich culture it has shared with the world for nearly 2000 years.
The U.S. has a new coin featuring Frederick Douglass, a prominent African American who escaped slavery in 1838 and later became a statesman.
Thousands of Ethiopians have settled in Minneapolis, Seattle, Atlanta and other cities, but the greater Washington area has the most Ethiopian residents.
For the first time in the history of U.S. currency, the United States will make a coin featuring Lady Liberty as an African-American woman.