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How the US Should Deal With an Increasingly Unreliable Ally

By John Sitilides* President Trump’s meeting with President Erdogan reflected the very difficult and complex nature of the U.S.-Turkish relationship, especially since Turkey’s harsh responses...

Meet MIT Professor Manolis Kellis, a Pioneer of the Human Genome

By Sylvia Klimaki What are the actual mechanics of different diseases? When somebody has Alzheimer’s or schizophrenia or an immune disorder, what is really going...

Martin Luther King Jr. in Dialogue With the Ancient Greeks

By Professor Timothy Joseph* In ''I’ve Been to the Mountaintop,” the soaring yet bone-chilling speech he delivered the day before his assassination, Martin Luther King Jr....

Businessman and Philanthropist Nikos Mouyiaris Dies

It is with deep regret and sadness that the Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC) announced the passing of its founder, Nikos Mouyiaris, on January...

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...

Greek American Cancer Survivor Conquers World’s Oldest Marathon

When Jimmy Pantelidis was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in February of last year, he vowed to run the following year the Boston Marathon.

History Repeats Itself at the Retrial of Megacles

A jury presented their verdict of guilty to a presiding panel of federal and state court judges in the National Hellenic Museum’s Trial of Megacles in Chicago, March 1.

A Greek Restaurant You Have to Visit in LA

By Katerina Cozias Delphi Greek has been serving the west side of Los Angeles for more than three decades. Since 1985, the skilled chefs at Delphi...

American Hellenic Council Holds Annual Awards Gala in Los Angeles

The American Hellenic Council honored businessman Dean Spanos, congresswoman Karen Bass and archaeologist Stephen Miller last Saturday in Los Angeles.

Will President Trump Force Greece Out of the Eurozone?

Trump’s presidency is likely to face its first Eurozone test within a few months with an imminent default by Greece on its outstanding obligations.

What Makes Presidents Want to Become President?

This is a guest opinion piece by Nicholas Katsaounis* In fact, what makes anyone want to become a political leader? This is the question that psychology...

Macedonia: “Why is it important? Explain it to me so I understand”

During the opening ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, American TV station NBC referred to FYROM (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) as Macedonia while another...

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