Italian Americans

The New York governor said the phrase "n****r w*ps" on the air, citing a New York Times article.
Italian-American real estate developer Mario Segale leased property to Nintendo back in the '70s.
The explorer's holiday — and his statues — must go.
The singer revealed the correct pronunciation while promoting her new album "Sweetener."
A lot of Italians don't approve of America's spaghetti and meatballs. Here's why that doesn't really matter.
Sometimes the greatest food creations come from adapting to necessity.
It wasn't until I was married did I truly understand and appreciate the lessons my dad taught me. He taught me basic tenets and expectations which had a huge impact on the person I have become.
One of the last eyewitnesses to what it was actually like to be an Italian-American in Little Italy after World War II is being evicted by the very repository of this rich history, The Italian American Museum. It would be laughable, were it not so tragic. Evict her? They should hire her.