Stay-at-home First Lady Melania Trump could cause marching mayhem in New York City on March 17, 2017.
November 22, 1963: Irish American John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.
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Brian Keenan was released on August 24, 1990, after four and a half years in captivity.
An interview with Irish-born William Cecil Campbell, who was awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Medicine.
Granny Mac's secret to longevity isn't diet, environment or even deep inner strength...
Irish America will present Bill Clinton with a Lifetime Achievement Award and induct a new class of Hall of Famers.
Flatley was honored and gave a gorgeous flute performance at the Irish America magazine Business 100 awards.
Irish America co-founder and editor-in-chief Patricia Harty to receive the Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement award
Irish America magazine celebrates the second annual Healthcare & Life Sciences 50.
Must-see off the beaten track spots around Ireland (PHOTOS)
What you should know about the Tara Brooch, one of Ireland’s greatest treasures
Dublin still bears the scars of the 1916 Easter Rising battle almost 100 years later
Ireland’s forgotten famine of 1925 – Irish government covered up calamity
In her 280-year-old thatched cottage an Irish pensioner is content
Is American television anti-Irish?
The ancient Irish holy wells of Saint Patrick
British Prime Minister promises open border with Ireland after Brexit
Millionaire offered $8 million to buy Apollo House for homeless squatters
Sinn Fein likely to poll well as Northern Irish election set for March 2nd
Trump “couldn’t care less” about his Irish golf course
Why Donegal is National Geographic’s Coolest Place in the World
Rory McIlroy doesn’t know the words to the Irish or British national anthems