A notorious U.S.-based biker gang has formally linked itself with a Limerick motorcycle outfit after one of the Limerick group’s members was convicted of the brutal murder of a rival gang member.
Nativist mobs spent the day storming through a number of immigrant neighborhoods, for the most part, inhabited by Irish and German Catholics.
Kevin Norton and Christine O'Connor will be among those honored at the seventh annual Irish Echo Irish Labor Awards.
The Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy Act (the Raise Act) is the work of two Republican senators, Tom Cotton from Arkansas, and David Perdue from Georgia.
James C. McCloughan from Michigan received the nation’s highest military award for gallantry from President Trump at a White House ceremony Monday afternoon.
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams is in the U.S. this week where he is set to brief political leaders and Irish America on political developments.
In a proposed change to the 2020 U.S. census, “Irish” has its own box but the space below could be used to add in another origin such as Scottish, or Welsh.
The McGuinness effigy brought especially critical attention to the annual 11th night bonfires which this year also saw a racist banner aimed at a soccer player with Glasgow Celtic.
Representatives Joe Crowley and Brendan Boyle are jointly introducing a bill before Congress that will make it easier for newly-minted American citizens to vote.
Kathleen Lawrence is boldly traveling a new path as the first person in her family to go to college, she's now working in Washington, DC as part of the prestigious Washington Ireland program.
He may have been the most famous Irishman of his generation, definitely the most controversial.
Dublin is growing ever more modern and trendy, but history is still all around. These are the best ways to encounter it.
Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley told delegates at New York’s Pier A that she is impressed by the transformation she witnessed in Belfast.
Plans to create an interpretative center focusing on 1916 leader James Connolly has got a fillip from New York City’s transport workers.
Young Irish-Americans can spend summer days connecting with their Irishness at the CIAA which offers immersion with an Irish family in Co. Galway.
Hurling under cloud as carbon ash threatens arbor ash
Nearly 70,000 more people are now in work in the Republic of Ireland since this time last year.
Ultra runner Tom McGrath beat alcohol abuse to run 200,000 miles for charity. At age 67, he shows no signs of stopping.
John Burke received a hero’s welcome when he arrived on the tarmac at Shannon Airport fresh from climbing Mount Everest to raise awareness for youth mental health.
Ballyglunin is the real life train station that was the setting for the opening scene of the 1952 screen classic and the arrival of Sean Thornton, played by John Wayne, in a CIE steam train.
The Irish Breakfast Awards line up our bucket list spots for a full Irish in the coming year.
We've lost one Irish American FBI Director, but we could gain another.
Seamus Ruddy, 32, was believed to have been murdered and secretly buried in 1985 by the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA).
The son of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane is to stand for Sinn Féin in North Belfast on general election day, June 8.
Some Irish eyes were crying and others were smiling today as the House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act by the slim majority of 217-213 votes.
Places in Ireland that can change your life
Tuam Babies: “It would be... kinder to strangle these children at birth” said doctor
Celebrate National Sponge Cake Day with this chocolate Guinness cake recipe
A vision of Ireland like you’ve never seen it before
Photo of Michael Collins hours before his death at Béal na Bláth
Brendan Gleeson’s gripping performance in Stephen King’s Mr Mercedes
Irish writer held hostage by Shi’ite militiamen released on this day in 1990
Ireland swamped by heaviest rain in a hundred years
RFK's son and granddaughter arrested for wild party
Wayne Rooney has officially retired from international soccer