Dublin City’s archaeologist Ruth Johnson talks about the physical evidence left in Dublin 1,000 years on.
Buildings throughout Ireland's capital Dublin still show the signs of the country's struggle for independence.
Ed Sheeran, Jamie Dornan, Chris Martin and Niall Horan were among the celebrities who attended the lavish nuptials.
The amazing 14-year-old Irish music star shows off his stunning voice in “Little Grey Home in the West”.
The Irish folk tune "Nancy Mulligan" on Sheeran's new album was written about his 92-year-old Wexford grandmother.
Redwoods were native to Ireland once, their return symbolizes the hope that one day the diaspora will come home too.
The Month’s Mind is a Catholic, and especially Irish Catholic, tradition in which the departed are remembered and reflected upon by family and friend with a special mass held one month after their death.
When touring Ireland, don't forget to visit the Irish Midlands and the lovely places along the banks of the mighty River Shannon.
Twitter trolls attacked non-white Irish people for daring to be proud of who they are.
One of the most remarkable tales of two seamen who just happened to be in the capital when the Rising erupted.
Astronaut captures crystal clear image of Ireland from the International Space Station.
He’s rumored to have spent half a million euros on the 13th-century Irish castle wedding venue alone.
Known for its rugged coastlines and rolling hills, but Ireland has its fair share of impressive architectural triumphs, too!
Bill Ford returned to his family’s home town of Ballinascarthy, Cork, to commemorate the centenary of Henry Ford’s iconic company.
Perfect spots and peaceful moments that make Ireland a little piece of magic for this regular visitor.
For decades, one descendant of the Irish Famine dead has been fighting for a proper commemoration, all because it’s “the right thing to do.”
Kerryman and New York construction tycoon behind the project to “put Cork on an international map.”
The former Fox presenter spirals into manic bursts of rage when he can’t understand the simple English sentence on his teleprompter.
A thousand died in 15 minutes in 1914 the Empress of Ireland shipwreck—also known as “Canada’s Titanic.”
Dublin’s Glasnevin Cemetery is the resting place of many famous Irish, from rebel politicians to Hollywood actors.
Happy Earth Day! Ireland sure looks gorgeous from outer space
Bill O'Reilly as Mr. Nasty -- you will never forget this
Fighting for a sacred resting place for thousands of Famine dead on Staten Island
What are the most beautiful buildings in Ireland?
Rory McIlroy is getting married in an Irish castle this weekend
My own top ten favorite places to visit in Ireland (PHOTOS)
Million dollar Ashford Castle wedding for Rory McIlroy and American bride Erica Stoll
The truth about the Battle of Clontarf and Brian Boru
Dublin still bears scars of 1916 Easter Rising battle over 100 years later
Young Irish country star Owen Mac releases adorable new music video
Ed Sheeran’s Irish granny hears his song about her for the first time (VIDEO)
President of Ireland launches biggest redwood forest outside of California
Month’s Mind memorial mass for Martin McGuinness to be held at New York’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral