The vote on whether to repeal the 8th Amendment of Ireland's constitution, paving the way to change abortion law in Ireland, is set for May 25, and campaigning is taking off.
Now Nancy Soderberg's entering the political arena herself and reaching out to the Irish.
Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize? Here's why one man in Dublin thinks it could happen.
"Dylan may be our most gifted and enduring lyricist but, like Joyce, he has transcended mere words – he speaks his own language now and its snarls, sighs, and syllables are imbued with a universe of moods and meanings."
There's something frightening and sad about Irish Catholic Americans forgetting their roots but there is something important missing from this equation.
It is a remarkable piece of history, mostly unknown, but the greatest giver to famine relief in Ireland was the London MP and Jewish financier Lionel de Rothschild.
The UFC millionaire star may behave in whatever manner he likes but this writer would rather he no longer drap himself in the Irish flag.
What about parents or grandparents spare rooms? If there's a child involved where the other parent's support? There's more to the 10,000 homeless in Ireland than meets the eye.
Trump's presidency thus far has proved all of his campaign promises to be empty, and the scope of the job to be beyond his abilities. Who suffers? America.
"You just need to say hello and you'll be on your way." The Ireland of a thousand welcomes is alive and well.
You'll be in a line for coffee at Starbucks, or on the phone to a good friend when you finally stop and hear yourself. The newly minted Yank.
Still waiting for an inquest that provides answers to a State killing 30 years ago. The inquest and others need to be funded immediately, so that answers are provided.
A Mother and Baby Homes survivor and activist has slammed Iona Institute boss David Quinn for his comments
It may be difficult for Americans to move to Ireland but a holiday home is something that really works for our local part-time resident from the USA.
The Irish trifecta - depression, anxiety, and booze. One man’s journey from the depths to letting light shine in his life once more.
No family name has dominated national politics in the 20th century like the Kennedy's, and no decade was defined by them more than the 1960s.
Forty years after Pope John Paul skipped Northern Ireland and 20 years since the Good Friday Agreement, in 2018 Francis must make a visit his priority.
While President Trump blames the Democrats for the DACA progams demise it was he who announced its end holding it hostage to get agreement on his terms.
Artist of Nigerian and Irish parentage calls for less immigration stating that Ireland must put Irish people first.
Despite all the #IBelieveHer support this woman will be a subject of comment and speculation for years to come, just like the accused Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding.
A new volunteer-led initiative will scrutinize the way political advertising is used on social media before May’s referendum on the constitutional ban on abortion in Ireland.
Former Sinn Fein president's opinion on the most important revolutionary and political event in Irish history.
A beautiful tribute to Rory Staunton who passed away suddenly, aged 12, from sepsis.
Senator Kennedy delivered a magnificent message on hearing of the death of Martin Luther King on April 4th, 1968.
David Hogg was an unknown seventeen year old a few months ago. Now he has become a leading target of the far right and a global sensation.
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Midair tragedy as Jennifer Riordan dies, almost sucked out airplane window
How to have an Irish Mother's Day
Top Senator Chuck Schumer signs on to McGuinness Principles
Canadian sets up 'Go Fund Me' to buy Arlene Foster one way ticket out of Ireland
Brave retired nurse tried to save Southwest Airlines passenger almost sucked out window
Ireland abortion debate heating up as Ireland decides its next step