For the thousands becoming U.S. citizens this week, the date holds an extra special significance. It is the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution.
Check out this 360-degree video that lets you experience the three memorials built in the U.S. after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
The Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund helps many dependents of those killed or permanently disabled in the 9/11 attacks or aftermath pay for college.
From prisoner of war to symbol of reconciliation: U.S. Senator John McCain is laid to rest in the United States and honored at a Hanoi monument.
A new museum exhibition traces the roots of the Special Olympics organization, focusing on founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver and four accomplished Special Olympians.
Found in regions across the United States, living history museums create an immersive, hands-on experience so visitors can learn about different eras of American history.
Beyond the rolling farmlands and growing metropolises, America’s heartland is home to some of the nation’s most beautiful natural wonders.
South Africa's first black president inspired Americans with each of his visits to the U.S. before he died in 2013. Nelson Mandela still does in 2018, the centenary of his birth.
Dozens of American citizens, from actors to politicians to preachers, have joined the ranks of British knighthood through their varied contributions to the U.K. and the world.