The best Irish sayings to bring a person some luck of the Irish
Irish American host tells The New York Times “I’m Irish and I need all the luck I can get.”
The distraught family of Irish American lecturer and doctorate scholar Grace McDermott have shared their shattering loss with the people of Ireland at her funeral.
His soup kitchen in Detroit is still helping thousands of needy people nearly 90 years after he founded it when the Great Depression struck.
Guess what? It was not the much-discussed, rural red-state Americans who provided the swing vote here. It was the Irish and other ethnic Catholics.
The story of how I fell in love with the ancient game of Hurling and how I got to play in Croke Park a short three years later.
Bartenders and firefighters are to be expected, but where else do Irish Americans work?
"Irish Americans are at least 5 percent of the population in most counties across the U.S."
Congregation at St. Patrick's Cathedral told "Martin McGuinness was one of those who had the courage and vision to see a path forward."
We know we’re American. But we also know that we wouldn’t be unless our ancestors had left Ireland, and we want to honor that.
Secrets of ancient Irish charms and spells
Top sites in Ireland where history comes alive
The strange history of the Nazi plans to invade Ireland
The top 10 Fish & Chip Shops in Ireland revealed
Top Irish inventions that changed the world
Irishman makes it to the top of Mount Everest, takes Clare flag with him
Boston College knew about 50% baby death rate at Tuam in 2012
Pathe clip shows Michael Collins the day he “signed his own death warrant”
5,000-year-old axe found on Galway beach after storms