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Irish tricolor flag removed from US military led operation’s website, where it appeared alongside 60 others.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny reveals he has spoken to Obama twice about intervening to allow the Norwegian airline to commence their transatlantic services.
Clinton says he’s not ready for prime time and Trump seems to prove it.
While pundits and analysts dissect the finer points of the presidential debate, we want to know your initial reaction: Was there a clear winner and, if so, who?
As presidential debates go, tonight’s contest between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald John Trump is an Irish standout.
There hasn’t been a more eagerly anticipated presidential debate in decades. Who do you think will win, Clinton or Trump?
New book reveals sharp insights on America’s most famous pols
Rallies to repeal the 8th amendment to Ireland’s constitution took place around the world this past weekend, including New York and San Francisco.
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.”
The debate that will change the world for the next four years takes place Monday night.
James Conway of Sligo made the tough call three years ago to immigrate to the UK to find work. He has some choice words for the Irish government after the Apple tax scandal.
Tentative moves among ambitious politicians are underway to succeed two party leaders preparing to ease out of power -- one willingly, the other reluctantly.
Members of the Ballymurphy Families, joined by members of other bereaved families, announced today that they would be suing both the British government and Stormont ministers.
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.
“I’m not sure he’s a Republican,” said the U2 frontman when asked about Donald Trump.
Hundreds of inquiries about Inishturk as US election nears with outcome uncertain.
Brexit and its implications are forming the centerpiece for Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan’s visit to New York which opens today.
The question being posed by just about all Irish onlookers is “how is Hillary not way ahead?”
Dire warnings have not reached the public, time to sound the alarm.
NYC rally to coincide with Dublin’s March for Choice, part of Scarlet Brigade’s Global Gathering.
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