Pope Francis said that US bishops threatening to withhold Communion from pro-choice politicians should be "pastors, not politicians".
Could a White House bid be in order for Irish American Gavin Newsom, who swiftly won the California gubernatorial recall election this week?
Taoiseach Micheál Martin says that the Irish government "will do what we can to facilitate the family and other families or Irish citizens" seeking to leave Afghanistan.
Fianna Fáil, the once almighty party of Éamon de Valera and Seán Lemass, could cease to exist.
Joe Biden's paternal ancestors in 20th century Maryland "enslaved people," genealogist Alexander Bannerman reveals in Politico's "How Joe Biden Became Irish."
Graham Dwyer is arguing that mobile phone evidence gathered during an investigation into the murder of Elaine O'Hara was in breach of his EU privacy rights.
Simon Coveney laid a wreath at the "Survivor Tree" at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City on Thursday before visiting the 9/11 Museum.
The Sinn Féin motion states that Coveney's attempt to appoint Katherine Zappone as UN Special Envoy "amounted to cronyism and fell below the standard of government expected by the public".
The Ad Hoc Committee to Protect the Good Friday Agreement has warned that the UK's amnesty proposals will not be met with approval in the US.
US Congressman Brendan Boyle says that the ongoing US ban on travel from Europe "makes no sense."
South African doctor who lives in County Donegal, and her British husband who lives in County Derry have been waiting five months for a family permit.
Dame Hilary Mantel told Italian newspaper La Repubblica that she was "baffled" by the popularity of the British monarchy and said that Prime Minister Boris Johnson "should not be in public life".
Rory Kennedy penned an op-ed in the New York Times campaigning against the Los Angeles County parole board's decision to release Sirhan Sirhan.
Citizens of Ireland are banned from entering the US since the beginning of the COVID pandemic. This has resulted in a major effort to end the ban.
MP Colum Eastwood says his calls for action are falling on "deaf ears" as an Afghan man in Derry is desperately trying to help his family stuck in Kabul.
While European officials, including Ireland's Ambassador, are growing more outspoken, the White House has made "no decisions" on ending its travel ban.
Joseph Kennedy III issued a statement protesting the California Parole Board's decision on 77-year-old Sirhan Sirhan's case.
"We must defend the progress we now all enjoy, but we must also build for a future free from British government duplicity and interference. "
This will be the only time Ireland will hold the presidency of the UN Security Council during its current two-year term.
In July, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis announced proposals to introduce an official pardon to all prosecutions for Troubles incidents up to 1998.
The European Union has removed the US from its "safe list" for travel - but the Republic of Ireland is not bound to adhere to the EU recommendation.
Tourism Ireland, which promotes tourism across the island of Ireland, has subsequently advised staff to refer to Derry as "The Walled City" amid rising criticism.
Ireland's Minister for Defence Simon Coveney today said that civilian evacuation operations at Kabul Airport have "effectively closed now."
After the Kabul bombings, President Biden labeled the deceased American service members as "heroes" and described the military as "the backbone of America".
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