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Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources Heather Higginbottom and USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah speak in Washington on the fiscal year 2015 ...
President Obama proclaims March as Women's History Month.
President Obama proclaims March 2014 as Irish-American Heritage Month.
Increasingly, the holiday honoring President George Washington has become an occasion to celebrate the birthdays of both Washington and President Abraham L...
The annual Super Bowl, which determines the championship of American football, has become one of the most popular television events and gone beyond its sta...
Ben Carson led a 70-member surgical team that performed the first successful operation to separate conjoined twins who were joined at the head.
American Muslims are ethnically diverse — they have roots in every region of the world — and they have all the opportunities of their non-Muslim neighbors,...
Whether it's defying stereotypes or surviving a grave illness, women all over the world have surpassed expectations and shown great courage in the face of ...
Health encompasses more than eating well and working out. Everything from bikes to beauty can play a role.
Team USA Paralympic skier Tatyana McFadden’s story is one of remarkable balance: equal parts winter and summer, old hand and rookie, road and snow, and Rus...
Evan Lysacek, the reigning Olympic gold medalist in men’s figure skating, is returning to Russia not to defend his title, but to represent the United State...
Three U.S. Army soldiers earn places on the U.S. Olympic Luge Team for the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
The story of America is largely the story of multiple ethnic groups coming to the country’s shores and blending into diverse yet cohesive societies.
Historic Route 66 provides travelers a slice of 20th-century America and its attractions, both authentic and kitschy.
These trailblazing Americans excelled in the arts, politics, sports and more, leading the way for the American Indians of today.
Jazz connects people around the world. Legendary singer Dee Dee Bridgewater has traveled the world and says it's a music that has no boundaries.
Jazz can set you free. Legendary musician Herbie Hancock and singer ABIAH explain how jazz helps you express yourself without even thinking about it.
Experience jazz and all the emotions that come with it. Renowned clarinet player Anat Cohen and legendary singer Dee Dee Bridgewater want you to feel what ...
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