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Lyndon LaRouche’s Greek Connection

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

LITITZ, PA – Driving home on a sunny, mid-October Saturday afternoon, I noticed a good deal of commotion going on in the quaint and usually tranquil town of Lititz in

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Fordham Law’s Professor Constantine Katsoris Honored in New York

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – Professor Constantine Katsoris – Gus, as he is known to all – was presented the George J. Mitchell Lifetime Public Service Award by Fordham University’s Feerick Center

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America Needs a New Sheriff after Holder Attorney General Resignation

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

Eric Holder was on the hot seat ever since he became U.S. Attorney General at the onset of Barack Obama’s presidency. That he resigned only recently, shortly after arguably the

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Mike Moustakas and the KC Greeks

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

KANSAS CITY, MO – The name Mike Moustakas is not a household word in the United States, not even just in the Greek-American community – but in the prelude to

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Chobani Pledges $2M For Refugees

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The Turkish-born founder of New York yogurt-maker Chobani pledged $2 million for refugees fleeing violence in his homeland.

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George Vafakos and Friends Built it and Kids Are Coming to Play and Learn

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – Everyone complains about children’s sports leagues but nobody does anything about it. George Vafakos did. Frustrated with parents behaving more childishly than their children and

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AGORA: Foreign Policy: All the Fit News that’s Not Printed in The Times

By DAN GEORGAKAS AND CONSTANTINOS E. SCAROS 0 comment

From time to time, an issue emerges and inspires various minds to converge, often at odds with one another, to discuss it. Hopefully,collective enlightenment will result from such conversations. The

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Family Loses Home To Son's Drug Bust

By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF 0 comment

Christos and Markella Sourovelis saw their suburban Philadelphia home seized by the government because police said their son sold drugs there.

Nick Di Orio

Di Iorio Challenges Maloney For Astoria Congressional Seat

By CONSTANTINE S. SIRIGOS 0 comment

ASTORIA – Nick Di Iorio thinks this will be a great year for Republicans nationwide and in New York State. He has joined the battle for control of Congress by

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Demystifying Suicide: How You Can Help Save a Life

By SPECIAL TO THE NATIONAL HERALD 0 comment

Dr. Elizabeth Marmaras The recent death of Robin Williams has left many of us deeply sad and puzzled as to the reasons someone with a loving family, friends, international fame, abundant