Periscopeby Niall O'Dowd
- Recalling Irish America’s greatest moment: President Clinton’s first visit to Belfast
- Inquiries into pre-Good Friday Agreement Northern Ireland crimes must end
- “Philomena” a must-see movie that breaks your heart (VIDEO)
- What JFK’s America was really like in November 1963 - Time capsule of New York Daily News paper of the day
- An afternoon with Chuck Feeney, Irish America’s greatest hero
I know Memorial Day is usually for remembering those who fought so bravely for the United States in so many wars.
But I got to thinking that it would be great if we could remember other souls in need too, especially innocent children who suffered the ultimate fate.
Occasionally a politician speaks truth to power, and New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg did so on Tuesday.
He pointed out that in 1991, 18 percent of Canada’s and America’s immigrants were rated as highly skilled.
I woke up yesterday morning to discover an impostor.
I gazed in the mirror on my 59th birthday and realized I had been hijacked.
It was 31 years ago yesterday that Bobby Sands died on hunger strike in Northern Ireland.
The biggest fundraising dinner in the history of Irish America or indeed Ireland, took place last night at the Lincoln Center in New York.
The American Ireland Fund raised a staggering $4.3 million blowing away all previous records.
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