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An overview of Ireland's War of Independence, which led to the partition of the island in 1920.
Several people have denied Jane Fonda's story about her 1976 visit to Martin McGuinness's family home in Co Derry.
U2, who is teasing new music, is set to re-release "All That You Can't Leave Behind" for its 20th anniversary in October.
George Heslin is set to take over as Executive Director at the New York Irish Center next month as Paul Finnegan steps down after 11 years.
IrishCentral founder Niall O'Dowd considers the ongoing impact of coronavirus in the US.
Tom Deignan considers Loyola University Maryland's decision to re-name a residence hall that was named after Flannery O'Connor.
Irish and Irish American restaurant owners and staff were among the hundreds who participated in the #NYCRestaurants march and rally at City Hall on September 14.
Frank Brady with a round up of the past week's events in New York's Gaelic Park.
Tom Deignan ponders the possibilities for a modern, Irish take on "West Side Story."
Kenneth Branagh's next film project is set to be semi-autobiographical
Joe Biden could join the likes of Presidents Obama, Reagan, and Kennedy as heading into the Oval Office as a descendant of Irish Famine migrants.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is proving that he is a match for President Trump in one vital area -- he is unfit for power.
There's a last-ditch effort to save the traditional Irish pub, but they have been closed for six months now and it may be too late for many of them.
Irish singer/songwriter is keeping busy during the coronavirus by lending her profile to Black Lives Matter and planing her next year at university.
Where do Irish Catholics fit in the 2020 American political landscape?
The New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade has announced the winners of its 2020 college and high school scholarships.
No one can have any doubt about whether or not they support Donald Trump by now, but "The Comey Rule" will make you think.
Bands and their fans have been separated from live shows since COVID-19 restrictions took over, and the performers are hurting.
Over 193,534 Americans have died of COVID-19.
When the show must go on, it goes online.
Michael Fassbender and wife Alicia Vikander have been spending the coronavirus outbreak at her holiday home in France.
Tom Deignan reminds us that "the 21st-century American city is still, to a significant degree, an invention of Irish Catholic immigrants."
John Spain argues that Phil Hogan's resignation in the midst of Brexit could not have come at a worse time.
"60 percent of us will be gone at the start of next year," is the stark prediction by an owner of one of New York's oldest pubs.
Niall O'Dowd argues that now is the time for Joe Biden "to climb in the ring" in the fight against Donald Trump.
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