Out with the “No Irish Need Apply”signs, in with “All the Way With JFK.”
The then-Irish teenagers are the only foreign military to ever present a guard of honor at the graveside of a US president.
An Irish woman's book about her 13 years as Jacqueline Kennedy's personal assistant.
The Irish people's great military service history in the United States over more than 200 years.
Before enacting the Cuban trade embargo in 1962 Kennedy requested his head of press get him “1,000 Petit Upmanns."
A previously unseen collection of photos from the wedding of John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline were auctioned off in 2014.
Catholics have been vastly underrepresented in the two most important jobs of all: President and Vice President.
Newsreel and documentary company captures Irish American President JFK being greeted by Éamon de Valera at Dublin Airport.
Jackie Kennedy believed Lyndon B. Johnson was behind the 1963 assassination of her husband John F. Kennedy.
Our favorite quotes from the 35th president of the United States.
Women, Irish singing, booze, destruction of property - it was the perfect last birthday for America’s most iconic president.
A great son of Leitrim died a hero’s end, serving the public to his last, 70 years ago this week.
A breakdown of what happened during the 13 days of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Reports from the New York Times and Irish Times show a world blighted by war and an Ireland simmering with revolution.
Fr. Jack Delaney filmed the only known footage from within the Magdalene Laundries.
According to legend, the ringed cross was introduced by St Patrick when he was converting pagans to Christianity.
Although he has been studied widely, here are a couple lesser known and odd facts about this famous president.
Remembering Ernie O’Malley on his 120th birthday—A man of action, letters, with a keen interest in the arts and the humanity of man.
The controversial actions of President John F. Kennedy's driver, William Greer, a native of County Tyrone.
What do President Kennedy and President-elect Trump have in common? Quite a lot, one historian claims.
Tragic death of baby Patrick would save the lives of millions of others.
As America celebrates the 100th birthday of JFK here’s what you need to know about the 35th President.
The area was originally a Celtic settlement and the ancient Greeks considered the people of the same tribe as the Irish.
Just some of the places in Washington, D.C., where JFK lived, ate and worshiped:
Disease associated with Irish would explain his frequent illnesses.
Jackie believed Lyndon B. Johnson had John F. Kennedy killed
The tragic NYPD Irish cop who wrote one of Ireland’s best-known ballads
Remarkable film of Magdalene laundry women and nuns surfaces
Irish police identify terror cell of over 12 jihadis living in Ireland
How JFK snagged 1,200 Cuban cigars before the trade embargo
Hilarious Irish 80's dancers wow Britain's Got Talent judges — except Simon
Happy 100th Birthday JFK, you changed this Irish New York kid’s life forever
The Irish cadets who performed the final salute for JFK