Americans will celebrate the Lunar New Year with festivals, parades and visits to temples while also volunteering and preparing special food.
Millions of Asian Americans will celebrate the Lunar New Year with an American spin but will still hold on to traditional values.
All across the United States, Americans greet the new year with parties, parades and other festivities, signaling a joyful, fresh start.
As millions ring in the New Year, they'll be singing "Auld Lang Syne" during the first moments of 2022. Learn about the song's history.
On New Year's Eve, many people follow traditions and fill up on dishes they hope will bring them wealth and good fortune in the upcoming year.
Santa Claus, North Pole, Noel and Garland are among the Christmas-themed names of towns across the United States. Learn more about them.
Kwanzaa, a seven-day event in the U.S. based on African festivals, is celebrated through music and dance from December 26 through January 1.
The White House's 2022 winter holiday theme is "We the People," with decorations reflecting hope, optimism and unity.
Dancing and singing, Americans celebrate winter holidays with joyful tunes. This photo gallery shows moments of jubilation across the United States.