Who was Ireland’s beloved patron saint and what was he really like?
The history of Fat Tuesday or Pancake Tuesday and how to make crepe style delights like a pro!
Review of “A Doctor’s Sword” by Bob Jackson. "Some lives are crowded with incident. Cork-born doctor Aidan McCarthy’s was a prime example."
Were President John F. Kennedy’s Secret Service agents hungover and sleep-deprived on the day of his assassination? Could the president’s life have been saved that day?.
The practice of the local bone-setter was widespread in Ireland until the latter half of the 20th century.
The horror of the coffin ships as they made way across the Atlantic crowded with thousands of Irish immigrants remembered in New Haven exhibit.
From the priesthood to making models for the Fenians in New York. The incredible tale of John Philip Holland.
A new book reveals "The Wizard of Oz" star's friendship with the president.
From tragedy and empathy to humor and wit, even in their death Irish people have a particular way with words.
Wilde’s lost notebook found in Philadelphia but do new contents suggest an incestuous relationship with his sister, Isola?
Since JFK's trip to County Wexford in 1963, almost every President has traveled to their ancestral home in Ireland.
Famed 19th century Irish writer William Carleton was born on February 20, 1794, in Clogher, Co. Tyrone.
Death and redemption on the American frontier: James Leavy and Johnny Murphy.
While the likes of Al Capone made a fortune bootlegging, ordinary folks, including one Irish nun in South Dakota, also turned their hands to it.
From the first Irish Catholic president to beloved people and images in US history the Irish have made quite an impression.
America’s most famous Irish American President was a dashing young war hero who won two medals for bravery.
Known as the ‘Angel of the Delta’ and ‘Mother of Orphans’ – Margaret Haughery dedicated her adult life to tending to the poor and hungry.
On this day in 1874 this amazing adventurer was born in Kilkea, near Athy in County Kildare. His life was simply legendary.
Valentine Greatrakes, born in Waterford, was an Irish faith healer defended by the King of England.
Director John Ford and Irish actress Maureen O’Hara had a tense working relationship, which was driven by his obsession with her as the perfect Irish woman.
Guess the only state in the US where an Irish last name ranks in the top 3
World’s Most Beautiful Woman is Irish says top magazine (PHOTOS)
A perfect pecan pancakes recipe from Chef Stuart O'Keeffe
Roasted butternut squash soup with coconut and curry
Top baby names in Ireland for 2015 - some Irish names make a comeback
My Irish love story: Flying to Ireland to meet the man of my dreams
Passengers panic as Ryanair flight diverts Dublin landing in major storm
The Irish American who blew up the Oscars
Petition launched to make Kerrygold butter legal in Wisconsin
Ed Sheeran makes massive donation to London Irish charity
I went to Ireland to meet my Irish pen-pal in 1990 – after 50 years we’re still friends
The ultimate Irish trad concert at Carnegie Hall with Lúnasa
Was Saint Patrick really as saintly as we believe?