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Prudent politician, persuader in chief...like the old warhorse he is, Clinton is intent on one last charge as Hillary makes her historic bid for the presidency.
Donald Trump is like a character in Alice Through the Looking Glass who told Alice, “When I use a word it means just what I choose it to mean -- neither more nor less.”
2016 American Conference for Irish Studies special guests to include Ambassador to the U.S. Anne Anderson and Governor Steve Bullock of Montana.
The formal re-opening of the recently renovated Irish Repertory Theatre takes place on Saturday, September 24 from noon until 4 p.m.
Tentative moves among ambitious politicians are underway to succeed two party leaders preparing to ease out of power -- one willingly, the other reluctantly.
"The fans are going to love this kid. I'm going to hit all the Irish cities -- New York, Boston and over in Ireland also."
Brendan Fay and Kathleen Walsh D’Arcy named by recipients of the Presidential Distinguished Service Awards for the Irish Abroad.
Irish Foreign Affairs Minister says the time isn’t right for a poll on Irish unity despite the many challenges posed by the U.K. Brexit vote.
Decision by the Irish government to have a judicial inquiry into NAMA’s sale of the Project Eagle loans is another case of us not being able to see the wood for the trees.
“I’m not sure he’s a Republican,” said the U2 frontman when asked about Donald Trump.
No matter how far you travel or what you meet you'll never dig Ireland out of you, so why try?
Award-winning author on her new book, the stories that inspired it and the ways in which its 19th century setting reflect modern Ireland.
Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs will be in New York for a series of UN related meetings, and local Irish community activities.
The sad enough story of the reason why Ireland's traditional turf hearth fires are disappearing.
Take the Chicago Cubs and their long suffering fans and multiply their heartache...you have the Mayo Gaelic football team in Ireland.
Board of directors of the New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade met last week despite an effort by the lawyer representing former Parade Committee chairman John Dunleavy.
The nationwide lobbying group opened up its first physical campaign office last week in Cleveland.
Clinton did something that genuinely startled me. She sat down with Humans of New York, and she told the unvarnished truth.
How far should you push yourself before you need to stop, rest, and take a break from it all?
Pope Francis is the one who famously said, “Who am I to judge?” on the issue of sexual orientation. Apparently, not all Catholic big wigs are in step with Francis.
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