Prince Andrew's crime scandals, Arlene Foster's impossible politics, and Brexit hopes for a Boris Johnson win - is a happy Thanksgiving even possible.
With the British election and a possible Irish election, upcoming how Sinn Fein navigates the choppy waters of Brexit may determine the future of Irish politics.
A plan was announced to turn the real-life Dublin house that James Joyce set his classic story 'The Dead' into, of all things, a budget youth hostel. It must be stopped, critics stay.
A true Irish Thanksgiving is always marked with friends, family, and food but what do you make of the "Irish Thanksgiving"?
"Saving America’s Cities: Ed Logue and the Struggle to Renew Urban America in the Suburban Age": The Irish American man who approached urban renewal in a more constructive way.
In this flinty, hard-eyed Irish production the horse just changes riders, but the lash goes on. If ever a Richard has met his match, it's this one courtesy of Druid.
Is it the Egyptian doctor, working in an overcrowded Emergency Department in an Irish city, who sorted out your worrying problem last year?
In a recent survey, 87.5% of readers voted for an end to the celibacy rule.
Sometimes a train approaches so slowly that you can almost forget it's coming - it looks like the exploding Irish rents train is finally approaching the station - and a crisis point.
November, as our ancestors knew is gloomy and dark, and as Ireland grieves for Gay Byrne, concerns grow for employment in midlands power stations as climate change grips and waters in the east become unclean.
As Ireland mourns their beloved Gaybo the country's State broadcaster, RTE needs a dose of reality as 200 of the 1,800 staff stand to lose their jobs in 2020.
Democrats have the race to win in their reach but all the candidates seem to lack the killer instinct to get the job done.
From supporting the Northern Ireland peace process to being an advocate for 9/11 victims - Pete King could tell truth to power unlike many.
Model turned actress Balfe really has her work cut out to keep things interesting in this lads versus lads set up.
Father Des Wilson was a true pastor of his people, the under-siege community of Ballymurphy during The Troubles. Many Irish Americans remember him as a heroic figure.
The more you study the life of Irish rebel leader Patrick Pearse, the more elusive he becomes.
Since John F. Kennedy's assassination, no Catholic has been close to becoming US president again.
The ramifications of Brexit continue to resonate. The situation in Northern Ireland has undergone a transformation this week.
Northern Irish politics has always been broken, but the latest spate of election pacts reveals just how broken it really is.
Island of 2,000 people off west of Ireland coast the newest target of failed immigrant solution Direct Provision exemplifying why Ireland's system needs a full overhaul.
What is the future of Irish America and how Ireland's influence at the White House discussed and analyzed - a must-read for Irish Americans.
This week Ireland's Druid theatre company returns to New York with Richard III, a play that's over 400 years old but that feels like it's been ripped from the headlines.
The Dublin of pre-revolutionary 1913 is back with us in some unexpected ways again now, isn't it?
Coming home from New York for the ultimate interview with the maestro, on The Late Late Show, I felt like Napoleon marching on Russia but I was in national treasure's hands.
The future of unionism is with the people of Ireland, not the British who clearly despise them.
Caroline Kennedy’s son looks just like his uncle JFK Jr.
World Hello Day: How to say "Hi!" like the Irish
Michael Collins and the Bloody Sunday massacre, 99 years ago today
Read the letter JFK wrote to his lover a month before he died
The Fighting Irish 69th gets its own Irish whiskey
Kilkenny Cats take New York Hurling Classic
Give thanks this year for exposing royal sex abuser and DUP bullies
Guinness Stock Ale aged in Bulleit Bourbon barrels is here!
Sinn Fein north and south - future of Irish politics