Famous People From USA

Washington DC is the capital of the United States of America, and the climate is mostly temperate. The country does not have any official language, but English is the primary language spoken here, and the variety of English spoken in the United States is known as American English. Spanish is the language spoken by many people in the United States, and they represent around 12 % of the population. Some of the famous people who belong to the United States are George Bush, Barak Obama and many scientists and literature scholars.

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  • Making History in New York: Letitia James

    She is determined, focused, a woman of her words and a winner in all respects. Letitia James made history in January 2019, when she was elected and sworn in as the State’s Attorney General of New York. She created history by becoming the first African-American woman to s...
  • First Woman to Win Abel Prize: Dr. Karen Keskulla Uhlenbeck

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  • Ruth Carter Makes History at OSCARS

    “I dreamed of this night and I prayed for this night, honestly. Not only just for being a hardworking costume designer, but what it would mean for young people coming behind me,” Ruth Carter tweeted soon after she won the ‘Best Costume Design’ Academy A...
  • Alfonso Cuaron Story

    Mexican director-screenwriter-producer-editor Alfonso Cuaron Orozco is one of the most successful filmmakers in the world. The creative genius has given us amazing movies like ‘Y Tu Mamá También’ in 2001, ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaba...
  • Mikaela Shiffrin Story

    23-year young Alpine Ski Racer Mikaela Shiffrin has dominated the skiing world with as many as 56 World Cup wins in a span of just 8 years, since she entered the World Circuit. This season, she has created a new record to become the first skier, male or female, to win 16 races...

  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Story

    She is currently the most popular Democrat and happens to be the ‘Youngest Woman ever’ to serve in the United States Congress at just 29 years young. Her journey of success is truly remarkable in many senses. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s success over Democratic...
  • Rami Malek Story

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  • Colin O'Brady Story

    Achieving success is the ultimate adrenalin an adventurer always loves to explore and challenge. Once the mind is set, it becomes an obsession, which rests only after achieving the grand success. American adventurer Colin O’Brady is one such passionate and courageous gal...
  • DR. CHRISTINE BLASEY FORD

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  • Steve Ditko: Immortal Spider Man’s Co-creator

    The man, who delighted billions of children and adults of the world, was and has become immortal with his last breath. With his demise, at the age of 90, Steve Ditko may never sketch another Spider Man comic. However, as one of the legendary figures of the world… the Ma...
  • Mathew Stafford : Richest American Football Player

    National Football League is the most popular spectator sport in the United States of America. An American football player enjoys a demigod status from the college level competitions to being National Hero, when the American football season begins. ...

George Bush was a popular president of the United States and ruled the country as 43rd President from 2001 to 2009. Obama, on the other hand, is a graduate of the Columbia University who is the 44th president and currently ruling the country. He has also won Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts towards global peace. By profession lawyer, Mr. Obama is the first Afro-American who has reached to this position.

The place is flooded with immigrants and not only is the country densely populated, their trace their origin of culture to some other culture. Most people who come to the United States know something about the place already through TV or some other source. People do not wait to be introduced and start the conversation.

As an outsider, you will be surprised at the way the American people are not so rude when they interact. Regarding manners, the greetings are small, and a warm handshake or a hello is more than what is needed. A smile is the mantra and introduces each other by their first names. The people are direct, and they expect the others to behave in that manner too. Americans will conduct meetings by telephone whereas in other countries people will wait for a formal face to face meeting. They do not insist on meeting people with whom they do business. They value time a lot and for them time is money.