Turkey’s Bid to Stop US Brawl Lawsuits Rejected
The US Supreme Court rejected Turkey's attempt to stop lawsuits in US courts related to a violent altercation that took place outside the residence of the Turkish ambassador in Washington in 2017 and left anti-government protestors injured. In rejecting Turkey's...
The Greek Painter Who Adorned US Capitol with Exquisite Art
The Greek-Italian painter, Constantino Brumidi, was one of the most influential artists who ever contributed his talents to the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. Brumidi, who had an Italian mother, was born in Rome, but his father was a Greek...
PM Mitsotakis Tells MSNBC “Greece is Back on Track”
Greece is back and the Greek economy is on track after the economic crisis that led to rescue programs, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" show on Monday. Mitsotakis began a two-day visit to the United States,...
Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis to Address US Congress
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will address a Joint Meeting of the US Congress on May 17 following an invitation from Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Mitsotakis who will be meeting with the President of the United States Joe...
Georgetown University Launches Psaros Center
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business announced on Monday the launch of the Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy. The center provides thought leadership that directly impacts global finance by advancing the dialogue around public and private markets, conducting...
Trucker Protest “People’s Convoy” Now Outside Washington, DC
Trucks, surrounded by supporters, were spotted in Hagerstown, Maryland, on Saturday morning, as the Washington, DC area braces for more protests that could disrupt traffic. The "People's Convoy" has similar goals to Canada's "Freedom Convoy," which saw protesters park their...
US Truckers’ “People’s Convoy” Starts 2,500 Mile Journey to Washington
A US trucker convoy embarked on a 2,500 mile cross-country trip from Barstow, California to Washington, DC on Wednesday, to protest against COVID-19 restrictions and vaccine mandates. Inspired by the demonstrations that paralyzed Ottawa, Canada's capital city, for weeks, the...
U.S. Capitol Police in Active Bomb Threat Investigation
Washington D.C. police are now negotiating with a man inside a vehicle near the US Capitol building in response to a claim that there was an explosive device in his truck, according to law enforcement sources. Several buildings in the...
US Capitol Building Lockdown After Barrier Breached; One Officer, Suspect Dead
A vehicle apparently smashed through a barrier surrounding the US Capitol Building in Washington D.C. on Friday afternoon, injuring two.
Greek-American Leaders Criticize Capitol Riot, Call for Unity
Greek-American leaders expressed their disapproval of Wednesday's demonstration and riot in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, asking for unity and calling for the violence and lawlessness to stop immediately. “Let us pray for a united United States. Let us pray for...