Niall is the Founder of IrishCentral as well as of Irish America Magazine and the Irish Voice Newspaper. He is also responsible for publishing IrishCentral.com community newspaper and The Irish Emigrant newspaper, in Boston.
He founded the Wall Street 50 awards, the Top 100 Irish Americans, the Business 100 and more recently the Top 50 Women in Business and the Irish Legal 100 awards.
Niall was awarded an honorary doctorate by University College Dublin for his work on the Irish peace process, which was a subject of a book, "Daring Diplomacy" and a PBS Special, "An Irish Voice."
In January of this year, 58 percent of white Catholics approved of Trump, 48 percent approved very strongly, while 42 percent disapproved.
The fireworks, the celebration; it was the first time I felt at home in America and that I knew I would always return.
Instead of replacing the painting of Fine Gael icon Michael Collins in his taoiseach’s office, Micheál Martin said he would retain him as well as Fianna Fáil founder Eamon de Valera.
By holding indoor rallies at the height of the virus storm, Trump is gambling his own supporters lives for his own political end.
US General Philip Sheridan, who was either born in Ireland or on a ship en route to the US, played an important role in paving the way to what is now known as Juneteenth.
Born in Dublin, John Mackay was worth $1 billion - approximately $80 billion today - when he died in 1902.
The Irish American President would never "see Old Shannon’s face again," but he would also never be forgotten by those who witnessed his visit in June 1963.
Fianna Fáil's Niall Collins is calling the Irish Government hypocritical for supporting undocumented Irish in the US at a time when there are thousands of undocumented immigrants in Ireland.
American abolitionist Frederick Douglass wrote how he was "captivated" after attending a speech made by Daniel O'Connell, 'The Liberator,' in Dublin in 1845.
Charles Cunningham Boycott died on June 19, 1897.