Edwin Poots has been narrowly elected to succeed Arlene Foster after she resigned as leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) in Northern Ireland.
Members of US Congress are urging Biden to appoint a Special Envoy to Northern Ireland and increase funding for the International Fund for Ireland.
Ballymurphy Massacre victims' families said today that the apologies from Boris Johnson and Brandon Lewis fall short.
The new leaders of the unionist parties in Northern Ireland will have choices to make whether to resolve or to deepen the crisis.
While Boris Johnson "apologised unreservedly" to leaders in Northern Ireland on Wednesday, calls continue for him to apologize to the Ballymurphy Massacre families.
Politicians of varying persuasions have responded to the findings of the Ballymurphy Massacre Inquest which found all the ten victims to be innocent.
Unionism is battling desperately for survival in Northern Ireland.
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British ministers are set to introduce a statute of limitations so that no soldier can be charged for their involvement in incidents that took place before the Good Friday Agreement in 1998.
Following Arlene Foster's resignation, unionists Jeffrey Donaldson and Edwin Poots have come forward hoping to fill her role as head of the DUP.
A hearing reaffirming U.S. support for the Good Friday Agreement will take place today in Washington, DC.
Amidst a "tricky" few weeks, sorry is the hardest word for Sinn Féin.
The majority of gig workers should be classified as employees, says Irish American Marty Walsh.
Instead of preventing a border poll, the selection of Poots as DUP leader would hasten one.
Queen Elizabeth and leading British politicians have shared statements marking the 100th anniversary of Northern Ireland.
The Irish government has confirmed the gradual reopenings scheduled to begin from May 4 across the country.
Helen McEntee and her husband Paul welcomed their first baby, a boy, on April 28 in Dublin.
The lack of a US ambassador in Dublin and US special envoy to Northern Ireland to impart American advice on the peace process has become notable.
Hairdressers, barbers, non-essential retail, and inter-county travel are all set to resume in May, while religious services will also return.
One of Ireland's youngest politicians has admitted he "prayed for years" that he would not be gay due to his sense of shame.
Some of Arlene Foster's DUP colleagues were reportedly "bitterly disappointed" that she abstained from a recent vote on gay conversion therapy.
Ireland is likely to maintain a cautious approach to opening up the country, despite encouraging figures.
Arlene Foster confirmed in a statement today that she will step down as leader of the DUP on May 28 and as First Minister of Northern Ireland at the end of June.
Ireland's Department of Health today announced that it will be offering emergency support to India, which is in the midst of a record-breaking second COVID wave.
Biden's first trip may not be to Ireland but he will be traveling to the Celtic stronghold of Cornwall, in southwest England.
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