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Chrys Kefalas: The Greek American Hope for the US Senate

It has been more than three years without a Greek-American in the senate, since Olympia Snowe’s term from Maine ended in January of 2013....

Investors in New York See Potential in Greece but Ask for Reforms

Five of the most important investors with interests in Greece addressed the growth potential of the debt ridden country, during the 17th Annual Capital Link...

Greek Professors Conduct Study on Fewer Women than Moustached Men in Medical Schools in...

Two Greek professors, Eleni Linos, from the University of California San Francisco and Katerina Linos, law professor at the University of California Berkley, were two of...

Greece Needs 100 Bln Euro in Investments Within 6 Years Deputy FM Claims

The Greek government is seeking a helping hand from global investors to propel the country forward. Greek Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Dimitris Mardas addressed a consortium of...

Greece’s Creditors Talk Greek Bailout in New York as Tsipras Calls for Investments in...

Top officials of Greece's international creditors discussed the country's performance and outlook in front of investors and companies from around the world in New...

Scandal Ridden Greek Priest Officially Defrocked According to New Report

George Passias; the former Greek priest who had allegedly been involved in an extra-marital relationship, has been formally defrocked as a pastor of the Greek...

New York Based Greek Artist is Changing the Face of the Refugee Crisis As...

Besides her orange vest, she also wears a black dress in honor of the refugees who have lost their lives in the Aegean Sea.

Greek American College Student Launches iPhone App that Makes Selfies Part of a Game

Among this generation's most widespread habits when it comes to using a smart phone is arguably taking a selfie. The concept of taking one's own...

Greek MIT Professor to Receive Award at the Vatican

Constantinos Daskalakis, a Greek professor at the Electric Engineering department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), will be awarded the Vatican's Giuseppe Sciacca Award for Research...

Greek Man Aims to Inspire in New York’s Subway

Minos Polichronakis is now a familiar face in the New York City Subway as he is the new image of the promotion of the...

Greek Olympic Gold Medalist to Run New York Marathon Along With Friend for a...

Among those who will attempt to reach the finish line of the upcoming New York Marathon are two Greeks running for a good cause.

A Greek American Fighting ISIS

Kurdish fighters are among the groups leading the battle against the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. Over the course of their struggle, foreigners have...

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