Peace Corps celebrates spirit of volunteerism
The Peace Corps celebrates more than 60 years of volunteerism March 1. Learn which country recently welcomed its first group of trainees.
People across U.S. rush to aid Türkiye, Syria
People across the United States are donating supplies to Türkiye and Syria. Learn about how they are assisting earthquake survivors.
What do Americans give their valentines?
Love is in the air! Learn which Valentine's Day tokens are most popular in the U.S., and why they're given to those held dear.
Americans love the Super Bowl
This year's Super Bowl pits two dynamic quarterbacks against each other. But Americans' devotion to the game is about much more than football.
Exhibit explores how Americans work together for a cause
Volunteering is one of the pillars of American democracy. Learn about a Library of Congress exhibit that explores voluntary associations.
Honoring Holocaust survivors through public service
January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Meet descendants of Holocaust survivors who work at the State Department and USAID.
Americans celebrate the Lunar New Year [photo gallery]
Americans will celebrate the Lunar New Year with festivals, parades and visits to temples while also volunteering and preparing special food.
Asian Americans mark Lunar New Year in new ways
Millions of Asian Americans will celebrate the Lunar New Year with an American spin but will still hold on to traditional values.
Indian American CEOs exemplify countries’ shared ambitions
Numerous Indian Americans came to the U.S. as students before going on to lead major U.S. tech firms. Learn more about their contributions.