Ron Lafferty, 78, was sentenced to death after killing his sister-in-law Brenda Lafferty and 15-month-old daughter Erica Lafferty in 1984.
A private buyer reportedly purchased the stunning 5,000 acre Luggala estate in Co Wicklow for less than the asking price.
"The Photo Album of the Irish - U.S. Edition" is the first print publication from the Photo Album of the Irish digital archiving project.
A 26-year-old woman harassed and Irish American family in update New York, cyberbullying them due to the young baby's skin condition.
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An Armistice Day ceremony at Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin honored the Irish who fought during World War I.
Ireland is set for January-like weather with "colder than normal" temperatures and the chance of snow on higher ground this week.
Proud of his involvement in Northern Ireland's Good Friday Agreement, GOP Peter King, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from New York, has announced his retirement.
Boston-based U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents have arrested a former Irish Republican Army fighter and are holding him for deportation.
A memorial to an Irish American priest who comforted dying soldiers and gave his life during World War II will be unveiled on Veterans Day.
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Forbes has included three celebrities with Irish links in its annual list of the top-earning dead celebrities.
Billionaire Mike Bloomberg stunned the political world by entering the 2020 presidential race. He is no stranger to the Irish.
The DCSPA has spoken out against the video which shows a chicken sipping from a pint of beer at a pub in Ireland.
38-year-old Irish man Patrick Paul Nealon has been found guilty in the death of 22-year-old Sydney student Nicole Lewanski.
Denise Fergus, the mother of murdered 2-year-old Jamie Bulger, says the teen murderers of Irish schoolgirl Ana Kriegel should be named.
British police have released the names of the 39 Vietnamese people found dead in a lorry near London, among them were ten teenagers, two aged just 15.
Gay Byrne's funeral was hosted on Friday at St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral in Dublin, the home city of the beloved Irish television and radio presenter.
Irish history enthusiasts gathered together for the Irish American Cultural Institute symposium, “Ireland 1913 to 1923: A Decade in a Day.”
Friends of Sinn Fein made history by raising more money than any other political party in Irish history.
Dreams come through for British metal detectorist in County Antrim who discovered 84 gold coins worth $128,552 in his friend's field.
Sixty-year-old Darlene Quinn walked the twelve miles to and from work for three months after her car broke down and she couldn’t afford to fix it.
A detective in Florida has been granted a warrant to search the personal genomics database and genealogy website GEDMatch after it tightened its privacy policies in the wake of the Golden State Killer case.
A cross-border task force report has found that paramilitary activity in republican and loyalist communities remains a “stark reality” in Northern Ireland.
An Irishman in his 50s was arrested in England after 15 people were found in the back of his lorry, owned by County Cork company.
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