Looking back on perhaps Ireland’s greatest achievement in America - the number of Medals of Honor won by the Irish.
A great son of Leitrim died a hero’s end, serving the public to his last, 70 years ago this week.
The Irish American President would never "see Old Shannon’s face again" but also he would never be forgotten by those who witnessed his visit in June 1963.
Over a century ago people never thought the Irish would make upstanding Americans citizens.
"When not one, not two, but three spiritual leaders of America’s largest Catholic community congregated in, of all places, Naples."
Second time round - remembering the unbreakable bonds and cherishing graduation day in Connecticut.
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.
Jackie believed Lyndon B. Johnson had John F. Kennedy killed
The tragic NYPD Irish cop who wrote one of Ireland’s best-known ballads
Remarkable film of Magdalene laundry women and nuns surfaces
How JFK snagged 1,200 Cuban cigars before the trade embargo
Why hasn’t there been a Catholic President since JFK?
Happy 100th Birthday JFK, you changed this Irish New York kid’s life forever
Irish police identify terror cell of over 12 jihadis living in Ireland
The Irish cadets who performed the final salute for JFK
Poverty-stricken Irish emigrant reveals how she came to work for Jackie Kennedy