On January 23, 1803, Ireland lost a man who history would come to tell created one of the country's most prolific exports and one of its most iconic symbols.
Elizabeth “Lily” Kempson fled to the US after fighting in 1916. She died at 99 years of age in Washington.
The queen's affection for Ireland began as a young woman, and she’s reported to have fallen in love with scenic Killarney in County Kerry in the southwest of the island.
On this day in 1919 Big Jim was arrested in New York and was later visited by one of Hollywood's greatest legends who gifted him some slippers.
91-year-old man identified Easter Rising and GAA heroes, in iconic image, shortly before he died.
Irish people know full well what they're capable of. JFK demonstrated that to them in 1961.
An eleventh-hour bid is being continued to have rank restored to Admiral Husband Kimmel, the admiral who was in command of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Although not immediately obvious that her works were subversive she often tackled the theme of the limited opportunities that the new state presented to Irish women.
"Prohibition became one battle in a much larger culture war which included attacks against Irish-dominated Tammany Hall, as well as Irish American skepticism about America's 1917 entrance into World War I."
Catholic and Protestant remain Ireland’s two most important labels, so where do Irish Jews fit into our history?
The historic first meeting of the Taoiseach of Ireland and the Prime Minister of Northern Ireland.
The glamourous Hollywood star’s career nearly came to an end after she controversially adopted an Irish baby in 1951.
It wasn’t just African Americans in the Deep South who had reasons to fear the KKK movement.
First the "Ulysses" author rejects Ireland - then Eamon de Valera rejects him.
On January 13, 1800, The Emancipator called for the return of the Penal Laws instead of union with Britain.
Today marks the 76th anniversary of James Joyce's death, read his obituary and other records here.
What do President Kennedy and President-elect Trump have in common? Quite a lot, one historian has claimed.
Prisoners' autograph books from 1916 published online. The collection offers a compelling insight into the minds of the men of 1916.
We visited the beautiful grounds of the working cemetery to learn more about the history of the extraordinary Irish people who made it their burial place.
Many parallels when it comes to Immigrants, elections, and propaganda during WWI, the 1916 Easter Rising, and today.
Millions more Irish birth, marriage and death records free online
New York bride travels to great-great-grandmother’s Kerry home for dream wedding
Look inside Ireland’s oldest pub - it might be the oldest in the world
New Billy the Kid photo bought for $2 to sell for $5 million
Arthur Guinness, founder of the Dublin brewery, dies in 1803
Rich and creamy Kerrygold Irish mac and cheese recipe
Do you know the story behind the Irish flag?
Banned Irish priest says Mass as for 1,000 in Galway
Sinn Féin name Martin McGuinness replacement in Northern Ireland
Bill Clinton regards Good Friday agreement as his greatest foreign policy achievement says aide
Numbers of Irish Americans not going down - here’s the proof
Irish cannot trust British on Brexit - Good Friday Agreement not negotiable
Trump has his own set of facts so now so do I
13-year-old Irish lad could be the next big country star