Right now the UK's COVID crisis is just as bad as the US and one week in to Ireland's latest lockdown it's hard to see how Living with COVID will go.
This election we must get this great-grandson of Irish immigrants back in the White House and end this hollowing out of democracy.
Fungie appears to have disappeared from Dingle Bay in Co Kerry having entertained tourists for the past 37 years.
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Cahir O'Doherty ponders Donald Trump's worst moments in office.
A mood of gloom and depression has descended on Ireland as the country heads into Level 5 lockdown.
Kathleen Maloney recounts her visit to Dingle in Co Kerry and her encounter with its most popular resident, Fungie the Dolphin.
While we all hope and pray Fungie returns to Dingle, we share a podcast from a local artist on swimming with the famous dolphin.
Paul Hill, Gerry Conlon, Paddy Armstrong, and Carole Richardson were wrongfully convicted of the Guildford Pub bombings which killed five.
Alex Gibney examines the Trump administration's handling of the coronavirus pandemic in "Totally Under Control."
“We are, by God, fierce locals. They can have their city slicker lives; we’ll take more of this one.”
Funnyman Colin Quinn suggests the USA's current state is leading to something more permanent in his new book 'Overstated: A Coast-to-Coast Roast of the 50 States'
You see them everywhere. On the street, in subway cars, in the park, everywhere people congregate.
It was a great night for civility and the mental health of the nation.
Living in a landscape of light and darkness, it was easy for us to believe the living could encounter the dead on certain nights.
Irish poet Seamus Heaney was announced as the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature on October 15, 1995. Here, a look at Heaney's life and most famous works.
Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, will bring the number of Catholics on the court to six if she passes muster in the Senate, which looks likely.
Neeson's newest movie is a white knuckle thriller that does what all of his lone man-seeking-revenge films consistently do, entertain.
When catastrophic change comes it leaves us disbelieving at first and very slow to accept. Such is the way with COVID-19.
Dr. Kevin Cahill recounts in his new book how Archbishop of New York Terence Cardinal Cooke wielded his influence to support an AIDS symposium.
We look at his birth, the controversy surrounding his birth certificate.
America is about to tell Donald Trump, "you're fired."
Joe Biden looks like he's set to win the 2020 US Presidential election but let's not forget what happened to Hillary Clinton.
The Republic of Ireland has been elevated to Level 3 restrictions, falling short of NPHET's recommended more severe Level 5.
Why are American-born descendants of Diaspora Irish so tenacious about identifying with their homeland, even when their connections are generations distant?
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