What with the government shut down and his Twitter tantrums and daily mangling of the English language, many folks go on and on about the ways Donald Trump has made America worse, rather than great.
The revelation that certain car hire companies in Ireland have been ripping off American tourists with bogus damage charges when the car is returned is shameful.
Despite Ireland's liberal friends always trying to deny it, immigration is one of the most divisive issues in western countries today.
Dr. James Watson's views on ethnicity and genetics during new PBS documentary shows that genius does not always bring with it wisdom.
The vote on Brexit has ended whatever chance there was of a soft Brexit and left only one solution possible.
"For where God built a church, there the Devil would also build a chapel."
Irish government concerned about the unintended collateral damage the original sanctions decision would have inflicted on workers in Ireland and across Europe.
Why should the Irish support immigration? Any Irish person who is still seriously asking that question today would want to take a serious look at themselves, and perhaps especially if you're reading this in the United States now.
Untreated mental illness and how it brought chaos to my Irish American New Jersey home.
Slainte! I hope the first page on your sparkling new calendar finds you all equally sparkling and prepared for anything 2019 throws at you in the weeks and months ahead.
If you are planning a trip to Ireland in 2019 and intend to use Airbnb to find somewhere interesting to stay, we have some advice for you. Come early in the year.
The rise of English nationalism is what has fueled Brexit and continues to do so.
If liberals and conservatives stopped shouting and cursing for a moment they might actually come to the conclusion that there is something they can agree on.
Former Irish Ambassador to the US Anne Anderson has strongly criticized how all-male Irish organizations treat women, calling for an end to the exclusive boy's clubs in Irish America.
US President Donald Trump is increasingly desperate to deny the truth and allege that the “crisis” on the Mexican border is real.
New RTE dramatic series, a follow on from the Easter Rising's "Rebellion", starring Brian Gleeson and Gavin Drea opens as the British are closing in on Michael Collins.
"This is bigotry and anti-Catholicism at its worst and the two senators should be ashamed of themselves."
Assuming climate change, typhoons, tsunamis or touchy tyrants from North Korea to Washington don’t, you know, cut the year short.
If there is one headline I never thought I would write in my life it is the one above. After almost forty years in journalism, I still retain the capacity to be shocked.
Brexit and the homeless crisis will make it a tough year for the Irish.
Excavations due to start in Tuam in September 2019 likely to reveal Ireland’s darkest secrets to the world.
How an Irish dance group came to be involved in bringing to life the amazing mosaic of the Five Points at the height of the American Civil War in the new musical "Paradise Square."
America has suffered through centuries of bigotry and these characters, in particular, were not on the side of Irish immigrants.
As with every year, 2018 has brought with it plenty of causes for celebration but as many causes for sorrow along with it. We take a look back at the year in review.
It's Christmas Day and there's a full spread on the table but those that you love are further afield on the shores of Ireland.
Liam Neeson’s nephew dies in Northern Ireland five years after tragic fall
Down Syndrome Northern Irish beauty queen named Benefit Cosmetics ambassador
New Year, new you! Irish scientists reveal how food can be used to treat depression and anxiety
Hero ALS advocate and Ice Bucket Challenge founder opens up about life and marriage breakup
Irish butter exports reach record levels
Meet the Irishman who takes the world’s best animal selfies
Camp USA hiring 500 Irish students for J-1 summer visa jobs
Bruce Springsteen made a surprise visit to this Irish pub in Boston
Man in Ireland injects himself with his own semen, requires medical treatment
Irish-speaking US veteran fighting for return of his bomb-sniffing dog