"Barbados was Britain’s best performing slave colony, created specifically to enrich the crown and its insider clique."
Editor Paul Muldoon reveals how he and Paul McCartney clicked over their shared Irish heritage while compiling "The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present."
It's Thanksgiving, time to acknowledge the great and the good, but with an extra bite this year.
The Irish government has announced new limits on hospitality, while one infectious disease specialist said a normal Christmas won’t be possible.
George Mitchell was a key player in the creation of the Good Friday Agreement; now another US envoy is needed to help solve the Brexit protocol crisis.
The new Irish Arts Center in New York City "represents the reality that we Irish will continue to be around whether through bright or dark horizons."
Niall O'Dowd: The man whose brave action began the era known as The Troubles in Northern Ireland after he organized a now-famous housing protest, has passed away.
Niall O'Dowd: The issue of the impact of slavery on America and the debate over White guilt because of their role overlooks an important fact.
Huma Abedin, longtime friend and confidante of Hillary Clinton, gets to tell her story in her new book "Both/And."
Richard Nixon, who was eventually impeached after being elected in 1968, had a dim view of many nationalities, including the Irish, the Watergate tapes showed.
Larry Donnelly's "The Bostonian" is an "education to read" as he provides a "unique political perch" as an Irish American voice that resonates in Ireland.
Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty may be one of the greatest Irish men who ever lived, yet his story is hardly known. This brave priest saved thousands of civilians and Allied soldiers during World War II.
Irish American musician Seamus Kelleher recounts defeating his demons in his new memoir "Shine the Light."
John Spain, who was a columnist with the Irish Voice newspaper and IrishCentral for more than 30 years, has sadly passed away today, October 27.
An excerpt from 'Lincoln and the Irish: The Untold Story' tells the amazing story of Co Louth native Albert Cashier, born Jennie Hodgers, and his call to duty in the US Civil War.
Sally Rooney is "the latest in a line of Irish female writers who have gone out and conquered the world," but she could use a bit of "Binchy humor."
"Black Mountain and Other Stories": "Adams is that rare revolutionary who can write humor as well as pathos and poignancy."
A huge row has developed after Irish best-selling author Sally Rooney refused to allow an Israeli publisher to handle the Hebrew translation of her latest novel.
IrishCentral founder Niall O'Dowd pays tribute to Irish Voice and IrishCentral columnist John Spain, who steps down after a long 34-year career.
October 8, 1921, was when the Irish and British negotiators of the Anglo-Irish Treaty were named. Michael Collins feared the worst when De Valera refused to go.
Dr. Kevin Cahill recounts in his book how Archbishop of New York Terence Cardinal Cooke wielded his influence to support an AIDS symposium.
Brexit, it appears, is backfiring. Shut gas stations and empty shelves in many groceries stores was not supposed to be Britain's "new" reality.
It was going to be so easy. Get hardcore supporters to recount votes and Trump would certainly “win but something happened on the way to the fraud count.
"The readout on the Biden administration is that they do the right thing eventually but take their own good time to shift the levers of power."
Put plainly the vast majority of Irish trust their government, while a very large percentage of Americans do not.
Top 5 heritage destinations to visit during your next trip to Ireland
COVID live updates: Irish hospitalizations fall to four-week low
As important as Newgrange or Tara - an ancient Irish site you’ve never heard of
Ancient Christmas traditions still followed in Ireland
Tír Na nÓg - The legend of Oisín, Niamh and land of eternal youth
A simply delicious Christmas cake recipe from Darina Allen
Conor McGregor calls on Ireland to leave EU in bizarre Twitter spat
AOH raises concerns over plans to replace Irish story at NYC's Tenement Museum
105-year-old letter to Santa Claus found in Dublin home