Americans will fire up their barbecue grills for the Fourth of July. But what they eat depends on where they live. Learn how those regional styles formed.
Meet Quirina Geary, a Northern California activist who is working to keep the Mutsun language alive by studying and teaching.
Antiquities trafficking is a multibillion dollar, transnational criminal enterprise. Here's what happened when someone smuggled stolen Mexican artifacts.
The People's Republic of China sentences Uyghur educators to prison as part of a campaign of repression against ethnic minorities in Xinjiang, critics say.
Culturally and historically significant locations are eligible for federal funding as National Historic Landmark sites. Learn more about the designation.
The United States is a partner with more than 30 countries around the world through the Sister Parks program, promoting environmental conservation.
Even before signing a cultural property agreement, the U.S. and Turkey worked together to save a centuries-old synagogue that was on the verge of collapse.
Each spring, American Christians celebrate Easter in their homes and churches with time-honored activities including prayer and feasting.
Learn how the U.S. has been helping three Andean countries ensure that their Incan and pre-Incan heritage sites will endure for generations to come.