Asian Americans

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What takeout food reveals about U.S. history

How and what Americans eat often reflect the changes taking place in society at any particular time. Fast food and pizza delivery can teach us a lot.
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Immigrant voters: The key to victory?

To understand voters, politicians use census data. The most recent data found that almost 1 in 10 U.S. voters is an immigrant.
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U.S. Olympic standouts: A look back in photos

American athletes from earlier Olympics who broke records in their sports and barriers in society are remembered in this photo gallery.

American football: The new international sport?

The Super Bowl turns 50 as American football gains players and fans from around the world. Which NFL players weren't born in the U.S.?

Evildoers beware — new American superheroes enter the fray

Diversity is becoming more prevalent in American culture, as evidenced in comic books and movies. Why is this type of representation significant?

Asian immigrants are shaping tomorrow’s America

A new wave of U.S. immigrants from Asia is outnumbering arrivals from Mexico. They bring diversity and optimism to the United States.

U.S. Catholics increasingly reflect America’s diversity

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.

Meet American Sikhs

American Sikhs find living in the U.S. a rewarding experience with great opportunities.

‘To right a grave wrong’

Remembering the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II helps ensure civil liberties are never again sacrificed in the name of security.