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State Department Report Criticizes Greece over Terrorist’s Prison Leave

The 48-hour prison leave to terrorist Dimitris Koufontinas and the outdated and vulnerable to forgery Greek ID cards are criticized in the latest U.S....

Former President Bush Backs ‘Courageous’ Greece-FYROM Deal

Former U.S President George W. Bush has appealed to the citizens of FYROM to back the Prespa agreement with Greece and vote 'Yes' in...

‘Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi’ Masterpiece Displayed at the Met

An exhibition of the French painter Eugene Delacroix, one of the greatest creative figures of the nineteenth century, opened at New York's Metropolitan Museum...

Can You Describe ‘Philotimo’? Competition Opens for Greek-American Students

The Washington, D. C. Oxi Day Foundation is offering the following scholarships to five Greek-American students (Grades 6-12) who best describe “philotimo.” First Place: $2,000...

Greek-American Chris Pappas Wins Democratic House Primary in New Hampshire

New Hampshire Executive Council member Chris Pappas won the Democratic primary with 56 percent of the vote in the race to replace retiring Rep. Carol...

U.S. Marks 9/11 Anniversary; Greek-Americans Remember Those Who Lost Their Lives

Americans are commemorating Sept. 11 with somber tributes and a new monument to the victims 17 years on from the horrific events. Thousands of Sept....

A Greek Summer Night’s Dream in LA LA LAND

By: Savas Abadsidis The mother and daughter team of Alexia Melocchi and Alexandra Yacovlef come from over two decades working in the worldwide film distribution industry. Together...

Adaptation of Sophocles’ Oedipus at Colonus Captures New York

The Gospel at Colonus, one of the most powerful, soul-stirring shows in theater history, made a triumphant return to New York, lighting up the...

Trump Campaign Aide George Papadopoulos Gets 14 Days in Jail

Greek-American George Papadopoulos, a former campaign advisor on Donald Trump's presidential campaign, was sentenced Friday to 14 days in prison for lying to investigators...

Students, Teachers at MIT Copycat Constantinos Daskalakis (Photos)

Students and teaching staff at the Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) honored Constantinos Daskalakis for winning a prestigious international award in mathematics by trying...