Newly selected Rhodes Scholar Jory Fleming is the most honored student in the University of South Carolina’s 215-year history. He is also autistic.
President Obama and Michelle Obama extend their warmest wishes to Muslims in the United States and around the world celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr.
If your family is from Ukraine or Armenia, share your stories by joining a webchat with top U.S. diplomats on September 8 at 9 a.m. EDT/1300 UTC.
Americans take particular pride when a onetime refugee earns the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor.
A Minnesota program promotes the state's neighborly spirit by arranging for hundreds of non-Muslims to visit mosques during Ramadan.
The STARTALK program teaches critical languages — such as Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Hindi and Persian — through immersive learning.
Explore the unique balancing act of protecting minority rights and freedom of expression in an interactive webchat on July 13.
Without a job or a home, or knowing the language, could a refugee become self-sufficient in the U.S. only 90 days after moving there? Yes! Here's how.
Fatima Al Ali, a hockey-playing, hijab-wearing woman from Abu Dhabi with a wicked slapshot, got to live her dream and practice with the Washington Capitals.