Though far from home, Thanksgiving traditions old and new are carried on and shared by U.S. troops wherever they are around the world.
Veterans Day is a November federal holiday in the United States that celebrates those who have served in the armed forces.
Learn about the Jewish holy days of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. This is part of a series that looks at religious holidays as observed by Americans.
The U.S. celebrates Labor Day every year on the first Monday in September. Watch how Americans honor workers on this day.
Learn more about the past, present and future U.S. workforce — and what that means for economic prosperity around the world.
What's a holiday everyone can celebrate? In the U.S., one is Independence Day, celebrated each July 4, complete with food and fireworks.
On July 4, 1776, America's Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. Do you know about other events in U.S. history that fell on the Fourth?
Every year on July 4, communities across the U.S. gather to watch patriotic-themed fireworks in celebration of Independence Day.
Memorial Day, a holiday honoring U.S. military members who died in defense of their country, also marks the unofficial start of summer in America.