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Nathan Carter played a sold-out debut show at New York City's Cutting Room venue on January 11.
Major League Baseball is having yet another “Say It Ain’t So” moment. And Jimmy O’Brien is at the center of this latest big mess.
While Netflix still rules the streaming waves, NBC is launching its new service Peacock, with one of its first productions set to be Dr. Death, starring Jamie Dornan.
The first votes in the United States 2020 presidential race is fast approaching and everything is still to play for.
Impeachment is a very serious business. It has only happened three times in our nation's history, after all.
Niall Horan is gearing up for his North American "Nice to Meet Ya Tour" after wrapping his latest solo album.
Ireland's General Election 2020 campaigning kicks off amidst a number of problems within Ireland.
On both coasts of the Wild Atlantic Way is the reality that we are about to experience again the craic and stimulation created by election fever.
The Garda Representative Association has raised serious concerns about facilities for a crack armed unit.
All five parties in the North’s re-constituted Stormont Assembly have voted to reject the British government’s Brexit deal to withdraw from the European Union.
The government’s aborted plan to commemorate the RIC this year is costing Fine Gael massive support in the party’s general election campaign.
Apple boss Tim Cook was in Ireland to accept an award from the IDA to mark the tech giant’s 40 years of operating in the country.
Is Irish UFC champ Conor McGregor turning a new leaf in his life?
How the town of Drogheda, in County Louth, never known for sure violence, has come to be at the center of Ireland's drug wars.
John Hume, a hero of the peace process in Northern Ireland, celebrates his birthday on January 18.
Three years after the collapse of the power-sharing government in Northern Ireland, the Stormont parliament finally got back in business last week.
If you want to experience hidden Ireland, one far from the tourist coaches and the crowds, go north.
After an aborted attempt, the Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of New York overwhelmingly voted in favor of female membership for the first time in its 236-year history.
A baby escaped injury after a house in West Belfast was attacked with a pipe bomb.
The Irish star just got her fourth Oscar nod for her role in Little Women but why hasn't Greta Gerwig appeared in the Best Director category?
Here's a secret that is known only to a select few, for centuries the Irish have had a sort of empire of our own.
Northern Ireland and England could be linked by two tunnels rather than Boris Johnson's bridge.
What Ireland is left with now is a solution that avoids a land border but risks an economic meltdown. Whether we made the right choice will become clear later this year.
Irish community support to get candidates to attend the Irish Presidential Forum and Malachy McAllister's personal battle to remain in America among discussion at the New York State AOH Freedom for All Ireland assembly.
With one month to go to until the Iowa caucuses the outcome of the Democratic race for the presidential nomination becomes even more important.
Irish woman makes history as first female conductor at Oscars
Celebrating strong Irish women for St. Brigid’s Day
Robert De Niro could be honored at Syracuse St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Former Irish dance champion dies of overdose in Scotland
Nathan Carter makes huge New York City debut
Horrific murder of three young children in Dublin
Missing Notre Dame student's body found in lake
A history and recipe to celebrate National Irish Coffee Day
We're tickled pink by this seaside cottage for sale in Co Waterford
Larry Kirwan looks back at his solo album “Kilroy Was Here”