Former US President said “Bono’s passion for ending poverty and disease is the real deal... I am thankful for his big heart and for his leadership."
“People were so, so grateful. We saw houses reduced to shacks. Rubble all over the place. Our donations were gratefully accepted.”
Gloriously ambitious new telling of the last troubled year in the life of the father of modern art, Vincent van Gogh, is entirely painted.
Community-based, not for profit cultural event celebrates the rich Irish American heritage of the lower Hudson Valley
Brexit is already affecting the Republic of Ireland and the North before it even starts.
United States left out – folks with American driver's licenses aren't entitled to an Irish license if they plan on settling there.
McLean Avenue in Yonkers remains a vibrant hub of Irish activity which will be on full display this Saturday.
Foreign Affairs Minister and Minister of State for the Diaspora begin an intensive program of engagements in New York this week.
A fluent Irish speaker from County Monaghan the star of smash hit Starz series featured in W ahead of Fashion Week.
50 flights a day are being cancelled, disrupting 300,000 passengers - contrite budget airline boss apologizes.
John Deasy is "really happy about his new job, which suits him down to the ground" says partner TV host Maura Derrane.
The county cannot catch a break in a truly mystifying series of events that defies all description.
12 large-scale portraits of people who live and work in the long politically and religiously contested city of Jerusalem go on display
Margaret Kilkenny, an Irish chambermaid and Ida Woods, a formerly poor Irish immigrant, turned socialite and eventually reclusive hoarder
First-ever matchmaking festival in East Durham is hoping to sprinkle some love dust on modern-day singletons looking for a mate.
Why are so many Americans - including many Irish Catholics - cheering for the bullies in 2017?
Master storyteller's imagines his death after hunger strike in Mountjoy having attacked Donald Trump, im-peaching him.
Cork-born, flame haired Irish singer, brings acclaimed solo show One: The Songs of U2 to Manhattan.
The Killing of a Sacred Deer is hotter than a firecracker right now, but the role he cherishes most is dad.
The Cead Mile Failte is still important but it needs to be backed up with the real thing, not the diddley-eye version of an Irish holiday.
Last month Jonathan was pictured in Venice shooting The Aspern Papers but following a family tragedy Irish star seems to have relapsed.
The triple Oscar winning actor, who who announced his acting retirement earlier this year, busted his arm in a motorbike accident.
On Sunday, September 17, the greatest sporting event on the Irish calendar each year will take place, witnessed by 83k fans at Croke Park.
Marleze Kruger, who sold her house and business to find love, reveals she's been inundated with calls from lonely bachelors since she arrived in Ireland.
Why is Sean Lemass being celebrated in new Taoiseach's office while Michael Collins is shunted off to the wall opposite?
Mr. President do your job, stop the cheap racial shots
Smell of an open fire in Ireland is intoxicating but what Is Irish turf?
Guess which famous Irish fashion item is suddenly red hot again!
Bruce Springsteen’s Irish roots go back to County Kildare
The secret, tragic fate of Oscar Wilde’s sisters
Irish company hit with massive $76 million fine over union rip off in New York
Celebrating "The Great Gatsby" author F. Scott Fitzgerald on his birthday
Catholic University’s Chelsea Manning problem
Arts and culture took over Ireland Friday night - Here’s what happened