WhatsApp. a messaging app owned by Facebook, was fined $270 million by Irish authorities last week for not being transparent enough about how it uses private data. The issue raises concerns over the privacy of social media users everywhere.
"The guy is becoming a cartoon character, lacking all good sense and common decency, yet millions still love him."
The Foley family will host the two-day "9/11 – Remember – Reflect – Educate" event in West Nyack, NY on October 2 and 3.
"Women of Honour" paints a grim picture of life as a female member of the Irish Defence Forces and details devastating personal and professional implications of abuse.
20 years after 9/11, the FDNY and NYPD's Gaelic football teams continue on with the "new normal" and gear up for their match in Rockland.
Fianna Fáil, the once almighty party of Éamon de Valera and Seán Lemass, could cease to exist.
IrishCentral Contributor James Carr, a London Irishman, on finding unexpected inspiration from the Italian band Dago Red.
IrishCentral Contributor CJ Clancy looks at the life of Irish American Hugh Francis Redmond, who died a hero in China.
When U.S. troops finally got out of Afghanistan, many noted that -- whatever you thought of the withdrawal -- it marked an end of so-called “forever wars.”
Remembering the hero, an Irish priest, who was the first who died during the Sept 11, 2001, World Trade attacks.
It has been 20 years since September 11, 2001. For members of the FDNY and NYPD Gaelic football teams that answered the call that day, it’s one that lives on in their hearts and their minds.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, creator of the award-winning show 'Fleabag,' says that Irish actor Fiona Shaw is her muse.
"I was overcome with grief because I would never get to meet the Irish girl with red hair."
IrishCentral Contributor CJ Clancy takes a look at the life of Ruby Bradley, a highly-decorated US Army nurse who was a prisoner of war.
The Irish government published its long-awaited Housing for All plan last week which promises to end Ireland's housing crisis, the biggest challenge facing the country.
From the midst of hate, war, and violence, Father Mychal Judge's message points us to another possible path for us as human beings.
Dublin-born Father Alan Griffin, who died in November last year, spent a year under scrutiny over abuse allegations without ever hearing the claims.
"It's important that we use the period of any extension that may occur really to get down to business and to try to put in place more permanent arrangements."
"Are those the names of all the people who died?”
This Labor Day, more than any, is a time to celebrate our Irish heroes who gave their voice to the workers of America.
A recap of the 40th annual Milwaukee Irish Fest, which made a welcome return after going virtual in 2020.
"She... reached across to touch my cheek and wondered aloud what it would be like to kiss a boy, even a Papish boy like myself, because she had never kissed any boy."
"The U.S. Catholic Church “could absolutely step in” and initiate its own investigation of past abuse of Native Americans."
With 88% of Irish fully vaccinated and booster shots for the vulnerable on the horizon Ireland, thus far, seems to have a handle on the pandemic.
Two decades after the atrocity of 9/11, "closure" to some is meaningless.
COVID live updates: Irish hospitalizations continue to fall
Nine words that are different in Ireland and America
Anti-vaxxers remove COVID patient from hospital but he is now deathly ill
Tracing your Irish ancestry - The Kennedy clan
What is the truth about the Vikings in Dublin?
Pope Francis calls Irish President a "wise man of today"
US Congress writes to UK's Johnson to denounce ban on Troubles legacy inquest
The Starling with Melissa McCarthy and Chris O'Dowd doesn't take flight