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.
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.
Irish American’s decision, post-Putin interview, proves you can take the journalist out of Fox News, but you can’t take Fox News out of the journalist.
Undocumented Irish and those who counsel them speak to the particular trauma of “Ulysses syndrome.”
The British government is playing with fire with DUP coalition.
Irish real estate groups are hugging themselves with quiet glee this week at the prospect of multiple new Brexit related opportunities in the Irish commercial property sector.
"Texas shows us what can happen when gung ho conservatives overplay their own hands and menace those they know cannot fight back."
Review: The Complete Guide to the Streets of Dublin City By Neal Doherty.
It is taking us out of objective time and reality and helping to give us cartoon leaders, cartoon politics and cartoon villains. Maybe turn it off and look up?
Review: Legendary Ireland: Myths And Legends of Ireland By Eithne Massey
'Death Need Not Be Fatal' author talks about the unforgettable lessons of every one of his eight and a half decades.
"I faced myself, the darkest places, so I am ready for anything. The whole point of why I talk about this now is I want to be a role model or an example for younger Irish guys."
Incompetence, plus inadequate resources, plus dangerously low staffing levels see Anglo boss walk free.
Irish playwright makes an important later in life discovery: his own voice.
The Russians are clearly being entertained by Trump's circus in the White House.
Each crisis the Donald Trump White House has faced to date has been of its own making.
"It’s increasingly obvious that the majority of white people who voted for would-be strong man Trump did so to put minorities, women, Muslims, Jews and gay people back in their place."
It’s the long awaited and more satisfying sequel to director Ridely Scott’s head-scratcher Prometheus
There are at least 50 ways to lose your healthcare now thanks to Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress. Let’s start with some of the obvious ones.
Stephen Fry might have escaped a $27,000 fine, but the inane blasphemy law that got him in trouble is still on the books in Ireland.
Review: Two and Two: McSorley’s, My Dad and Me by Rafe Bartholomew
The fact is that in Westport, CT, one of the wealthiest suburbs in America, and 93 percent of the residents are white.
"When you get your own star on Hollywood Boulevard...Your name has become iconic. You're a walking brand."
Adele’s “Hello” sung as Gaeilge is just stunning (VIDEO)
Killer chocolate baked Guinness donuts with Irish cream glaze recipe
Irish blackberry jam and custard donuts recipe
Dublin dance troupe takes Irish dance to the next level (VIDEO)
The sad and dreadful life of Rosemary Kennedy
Remembering the day fearless Irish journalist Veronica Guerin was murdered
BREAKING: Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams says end to partition of Ireland “in a few short years”
Catholic bishop bans same-sex couples from communion and funerals
Soaring harmonies by Irish sacred harp singers are out of this world (VIDEO)