Food

Hands reaching for food during iftar meal for Ramadan (© Boontoom Sae-Kor/Shutterstock)

American Muslims can depend on halal food

For Ramadan, learn about two American organizations that review and certify various goods to ensure they are halal, meaning they comply with Islamic law.
Multigenerational family sitting around table of food (© Hsiao-Ching Chou)

Chinese Americans plan traditional New Year’s feasts

A food editor, a cooking teacher, a cookbook writer and a blogger share their thoughts about traditional Lunar New Year feasts.
Football player holding trophy in air as confetti falls and other players celebrate (© Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)

Super Bowl 2021 will be different

About 7,500 health care workers will see the game in person while most others will watch from home. Learn what else will change because of COVID-19.
People holding numbers on sticks to form 2021, with sparkler for the 1 (© Kamil Macniak/Shutterstock)

Multigenerational households meet the new year

Many American families are planning toned-down celebrations for the new year in light of COVID-19. Here's more on how they'll spend it — together.
Grilled meat on skewers with ethnic symbols on handles (© Deb Lindsey/Washington Post/Getty Images)

Uyghur restaurateurs serve culinary diplomacy

Whether it's overt or subtle, two U.S. Uyghur restaurant owners in the U.S. use their eateries to explain how China mistreats their people. Learn more here.
Rainbow of autumn symbols and colors surrounding pumpkin (© Tatiana Kuzmina/Shutterstock)

At Thanksgiving, Americans reach out to those in need

Learn how two U.S. charities are helping the needy on Thanksgiving Day while navigating new safety requirements during a public health crisis.
Three champagne glasses filled with grapes (© Larry Crowe/AP Images)

Eat this for good luck in the new year

On New Year's Eve, many people follow traditions and fill up on superstitious dishes they hope will bring them wealth and good fortune in the upcoming year.
Long table of military personnel eating a meal and talking and laughing (U.S. Marine Corps/Staff Sgt. Dengrier M. Baez)

In pictures: U.S. troops celebrate Thanksgiving

Though far from home, Thanksgiving traditions old and new are carried on and shared by U.S. troops wherever they are around the world.
Nicolás Maduro speaking into microphone with Cilia Flores standing behind him (© Ariana Cubillos/AP Images)

U.S. sanctions Maduro’s stepsons for exploiting Venezuela’s hungry

Associates of Nicolás Maduro used a subsidized-food program for personal enrichment, to reward political supporters and punish opponents.