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Greek immigrants began to permanently settle in the American continent approximately at the end of the 19th century, with the majority choosing to live...

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Chocolate ice cream, topped with hot sauce, raspberry truffles, baklava, cakes, pralines and even vodka martinis, all made with chocolate, were just some of...

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Whether you like the new Finance Minister of Greece or not, Yanis Varoufakis' public appearances never go unnoticed. Here's what comedian John Oliver had...

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The state of Utah unanimously confirmed on Friday Constantinos Himonas to the Supreme Court. With 27 votes to 0 Himonas becomes the first Greek-American...

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In a letter addressed to U.S. President Barrack Obama, three Greek-American members of Congress stressed how important it is for the United States to stand...

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The National Inventors Hall of Fame, together with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, recently disclosed the names of 14 distinguished inventors to be welcomed...

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"In the ancient Greek myths, when a baby is born, the three fates pay him a visit. They've come to hand him its own...

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Former Flushing resident Catherine Georgianis of Mattituck died Jan. 7 at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead. She was 81. She was born Feb....

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Persons are the Heart and Soul of Hermes Expo International. Several unforgettable Americans made an impression. Each year, A legendary educator presents his philosophy. Dr....

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A group of young Greek architects who live, work or study in New York, founded the Greek Institute of Architects in New York (GIANY)...

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Greek-American former CIA analyst and case officer John Kiriakou was released on Tuesday, February 3, after spending two years in prison. Kiriakou, originating from...

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American stocks gave up late gains on Wednesday after the European Central Bank (ECB) decided to pressure Athens by lifting its waiver on the...