As the number of students in sub-Saharan Africa seeking university degrees continues to rise, more students look to the United States for a college experience.
Anti-immigrant sentiment rises in the U.S. at times, but in each case the nation repudiates those views and welcomes its newest citizens.
Curious about Native American cultures? Then visiting a restaurant dedicated to Native foods should be on your agenda, says a prominent Navajo chef.
Every fall since 1903 the World Series is played to determine baseball's champion team. This year for the first time both managers are from minority groups.
Until 2004, same-sex marriages were not legal anywhere in the United States. Today, more than 70 percent of Americans live in states where they are allowed.
President Obama has nominated Abid Riaz Qureshi to be a federal judge. If confirmed, he would be the first Muslim American to serve in such a role.
Following the 9/11 extremist attack on the Pentagon, Army chaplain Dawud Agbere has built a prayer community there where Muslims can exercise their faith.
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.
Americans are revisiting race relations after recent killings of African Americans and of police. Here's what President Obama says.