The United States is becoming a fairer place for LGBTI athletes at all levels. Some of these athletes share their inspiring stories here.
As a sophomore Alondra de la Parra launched the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, featuring performers from 22 countries, and quickly made headlines.
As Muslims from around the world mark the end of their holy pilgrimage of Hajj, Michelle and I extend our warmest wishes to Muslims celebrating Eid al-Adha.
Learn what the U.S. college experience is like from a person with disabilities. Join the discussion with leaders and advocacy groups on Nov. 19.
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.
Discover a seasonal treat at Washington's National Cathedral, which offers an annual exhibition of nativity scenes from around the world.
These eight great artists have drawn on their Latin American roots as well as American experiences to shape the artistic landscape.
Immigrant groups to the U.S. have a similar story of influence: economic impact, culture and politics. What do these new different perspectives mean?
Pope Francis will meet a diverse flock on his upcoming U.S. visit. More than 30 percent of churches are shared between at least two ethnic or racial groups.