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Mitt Romney is now the hot favorite for the Presidential Race -- in 2016

Europe’s largest bookmakers, the Irish company, Paddy Power is already taking bets on who will win in the 2016 election and Republican Candidate Mitt Romney is the top runner...READ MORE


Glenda Moore, and her husband, Damian Moore, react as they approach the scene where of their childrens' bodies were discovered in Staten Island, New YorkFather of little boys swept away in Staten Island horror was Irish-born

The father of two little boys swept away in Staten Island by the Hurricane Sandy flood is a native of Donegal in Ireland it has been revealed...READ MORE




Bill Clinton speaking on the Obama / Biden campaign trailFormer President Bill Clinton claims Mitt Romney will ‘come after Irish next’

Bill Clinton has claimed that Republican Mitt Romney will “come after the Irish next” after recent disparaging comments about Italians owning the car company Chrysler...READ MORE




Mayor Michael Bloomberg assess the damage in Breezy Point, Queens, following Hurricane SandyMayor Bloomberg met by angry crowds as aid fails to reach Sandy rocked Rockaways

Desperate Hurricane Sandy victims were held back by Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s security detail as they pleaded with the New York leader for “some help”...READ MORE




According to Paddy Power Barack Obama has already won the 2012 Presidential ElectionsIrish bookmaker Paddy Power pays out on Barack Obama victory

The election may be on a knife edge but Irish bookmaker Paddy Power has called it for Barack Obama...READ MORE





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