“This is still the land of opportunity and remember that your hardest times will lead to your greatest times.”
Clive Anderson on how he made it his mission to ease the transition from life to death his career.
President and chairman of the board of the NYC St. Patrick’s Day parade will retire at the end of the 2018 academic hear.
"The cold winter is gone away and there is magic and hope everywhere across the whole island."
Eric Trump on Ireland and the Presidential family, including his Irish nanny, Dorothy.
It’s 1970s Boston and a secret arms deal comes unglued. Free Fire is dividing critics and audiences from the first scene.
Canny move in terms of domestic politics but May could awaken the fires of nationalism in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
As many as 1,000 soldiers are under investigation over 302 killings that took place over a 35-year period since 1969.
The mess all our politicians have made of this over the last decade proves they are incapable.
Papal Nuncio says the Catholic Church in Ireland is on the edge of a "cliff here, and we’re going to start into a free fall."
“We have a building in Dublin, but we’re interested in telling the full Irish experience... I think that’s exciting. I think that’s where Ireland is right now.”
"I need to be enjoying it not as an Irish, pale, sunburned and highly allergic person, but as close to a New Yorker as I can get."
"Come and see the New York that I see, love the New York that I love, walk around in it and live it and breathe it and understand why I and so many others move here, and decide never to return."
The extraordinary fact is a united Ireland is closer than ever, something we might never have considered while celebrating the Rising centenary.
"Even in good times, when this Republic seems to be going well, I often feel like dropping down to what they call half-mast."
Are three glasses of beer too much for a driver? What will zero tolerance do to rural communities and the much loved Irish pubs?
The family of a Derry teenager shot dead by a British soldier has finally won a verdict that he was innocent and was not a paramilitary.
"From my folklore and rural experience, I wrote about the funeral experience of Paddy (Manchester) because, truly, I did indeed know him well all my life."
"Ah yes, as Dickie Rock sang beneath the crystal balls of a different Ireland, I remember it well as another brighter and infinitely freer Easter comes again."
"In this crisis atmosphere, and without the steady hand of the late Martin McGuinness, the former deputy first minister, it is hard to see how progress will be made."
Where does the term “the luck of the Irish” come from?
Irish apple crumble cake recipe for St. Patrick's Day
Little known tale of generous Turkish aid to the Irish during the Great Hunger
Fascinating shipwrecks across the Wild Atlantic Way (PHOTOS)
Vintage Irish whiskey vending machine is the thing that’s been missing from your nightlife
Birthday party for Hitler at an Irish-owned restaurant broken up by owners, anti-racism group
Guinness, Bailey’s and whiskey chocolate cupcakes recipe
1916 rebel Tom Clarke and wife Kathleen remembered at their farm on Long Island
Irishman stabbed in his heart by London gang in front of children
91-year-old Dublin woman still searching for father's medal six decades after losing it
Irish abroad look set to fly #HomeToVote on abortion referendum
How a Nazi SS storm trooper went from being Hitler’s henchman to an Irish farmer
When racism ruled New York and my great-great-grandfather died