Irish have one in 83 chance of developing haemochromatosis.
Revelatory letter and other personal effects of movie star up for auction in Beverly Hills.
The Brehon Laws of ancient Ireland were miles ahead of their time, especially when it came to rights for women.
“I knew they’d get one of us, I thought it would be me.”
From warrior queens to political activists – Ireland’s amazing women.
A letter that John F. Kennedy allegedly wrote to a woman believed to be his lover went up for auction, in June 2016.
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.
“I’ve thought about him, and missed him, every day of my life,” reveals Caroline Kennedy.
Tales of witches, lost mystical cities, Celtic foals, and mermaids all share the same setting: The Cliffs of Moher.
As America celebrates the 100th birthday of JFK here’s what you need to know about the 35th President.
Just some of the places in Washington, D.C., where JFK lived, ate and worshiped:
Disease associated with Irish would explain his frequent illnesses.
The Irish Film Institute has released documentary film footage of President John F Kennedy’s historic trip to Ireland in June 1963.
Starting your research on Irish genealogy can be a daunting task. Where do I start?
If you have a common last name finding what county your ancestors are from is crucial.
Evidence shows vicious use of Massachusetts law to rid them of Irish.
Ever wonder if your family had any important family names?
Review: “The Tombs of a Departed Race – Illustrations of Ireland's Great Hunger” by Niamh O'Sullivan.
A group of 600 Irish starving during the Great Hunger set out to Doolough to find food. Most of did not survive.
The most powerful Celtic symbols and signs of our forefathers.
Amazing British Pathé footage shows time when the Anglo-Irish treaty of 1921 was at the most critical moment.
Hunting axe from late Mesolithic, pre-farming period, about 4,000-5,000 BC, described as ‘extremely rare’.
About seventy years ago, German war chiefs were busy devising Unternehmen Grün or Operation Green, for Ireland,
The underwater hairdryer, the inflatable dartboard, the water proof teabag; the Irish get a fairly bad rap for being slightly dopey when it comes to the technical side of things.
You have to listen to this mind-blowing cover of “Africa” in Irish (VIDEO)
Details you didn't know about the death of JFK's son, Patrick
Three-year-old Irish dancer is the cutest thing in the world (VIDEO)
Toddler joins in with Irish dancer on the streets of Galway (VIDEO)
Bobby Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe affair confirmed by letter
Accidental Irish leader Enda Kenny exits with real class
If you run into Justin Bieber at a bar, he’ll ask you to buy him a Guinness
Tipp baby girl left in car dies of suspected heatstroke
Connecticut Irish Festival
Love smoked salmon? Try this delicious recipe for Guinness cured salmon