Majority Leader John Flanagan kills Child Victims Act yet again.
Suddenly it is the middle of June. We advance sharply towards the longest day of our year. In the west, close to the serene Shannon and the silvery expanses of Lough Derg it is almost too beautiful to be true.
Where will it all end? An October election, a Labour victory and a rerun of the Brexit vote is my best guess. That is, barring any more catastrophes.
The DUP's contradictory shopping list.
Ireland has its first gay, biracial leader. At 38, he’s its youngest ever too. But not everyone sees his selection as clear evidence of a new, pluralist and more compassionate Ireland.
Nothing I just saw in London changed my idea from day one that Brexit is undoable. The obstacles have only got higher since the referendum passed one year ago.
After all the excitement about the election of Leo Varadkar as our new taoiseach last week, it has to be said that his first week in office turned out to be a bit of a disappointment.
Is our new talent being overshadowed by their predecessors no matter how hard we try to promote them?
It is abundantly clear what Democrats need to do to start winning House elections.
Conor McGregor needs to be held accountable and we, as his compatriots, are where it needs to start.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar criticized for his boys’ club Cabinet appointments.
There’s only so many times you can hear jokes about how many pints you drink and how many potatoes you eat before it becomes not just irritating but plain boring.
The London ward where the fire took place is the poorest in the UK, although it is surrounded by one of the richest boroughs in the city.
"Connecting our national flag directly with the outcome of what to many of us are ugly brawls... is likely to reinforce an ancient prejudice against us."
An Irish emigrant’s fear of what could happen now has grown to the point where it’s almost debilitating.
Here in the U.S. two prominent Irish American cardinals are offering widely differing responses to Pope Francis' dramatic change in tone regarding LGBTQ people.
On Father's Day my five-year-old came up with the idea of going to visit her grandfather in the graveyard.
"If you lay down with a dog, the possibility of getting fleas is greatly increased."
Memories of a three-week visit with my family in the homeland in 1961 have always stayed with me.
British election followed the pattern of recent results in France and the United States where conventional wisdom was turned utterly on its head.
"“Roll on America” I thought as I disembarked. I still do every day."
Upcoming Vegas, Aug 26, fight is the scam of the century.
St. Patrick’s Day is to the spring equinox, what Leopold Bloom's Day is to the summer solstice.
Review of "The Real People of Joyce’s Ulysses" by Vivien Igoe.
Dublin-born actress who is more than equal to the task of conjuring the city in 1904 in a reading that is both profound and playful.
The Irish pub that became home base for 9/11 ground zero rescuers
Crowd of 15,000 belt out Galway Girl breaking record (VIDEO)
US set for most dramatic solar eclipse since 1918 - Irish first recorded them
Watch as Irish weatherman literally blown away (VIDEO)
Irish astrophysicist says asteroid hitting Earth a question of when, not if
Top ten surprises for first time visitors to Ireland (VIDEO)
Video captures hilarity of an Irish mother teaching her daughter to drive
New Orleans-style frozen Irish coffee is the perfect summer treat (RECIPE)