A true Irish Thanksgiving is always marked with friends, family, and food but what do you make of the "Irish Thanksgiving"?
"Saving America’s Cities: Ed Logue and the Struggle to Renew Urban America in the Suburban Age": The Irish American man who approached urban renewal in a more constructive way.
Is it the Egyptian doctor, working in an overcrowded Emergency Department in an Irish city, who sorted out your worrying problem last year?
In a recent survey, 87.5% of readers voted for an end to the celibacy rule.
November, as our ancestors knew is gloomy and dark, and as Ireland grieves for Gay Byrne, concerns grow for employment in midlands power stations as climate change grips and waters in the east become unclean.
As Ireland mourns their beloved Gaybo the country's State broadcaster, RTE needs a dose of reality as 200 of the 1,800 staff stand to lose their jobs in 2020.
Democrats have the race to win in their reach but all the candidates seem to lack the killer instinct to get the job done.
Father Des Wilson was a true pastor of his people, the under-siege community of Ballymurphy during The Troubles. Many Irish Americans remember him as a heroic figure.
The ramifications of Brexit continue to resonate. The situation in Northern Ireland has undergone a transformation this week.
Northern Irish politics has always been broken, but the latest spate of election pacts reveals just how broken it really is.
Island of 2,000 people off west of Ireland coast the newest target of failed immigrant solution Direct Provision exemplifying why Ireland's system needs a full overhaul.
The future of unionism is with the people of Ireland, not the British who clearly despise them.
Richard Nixon was elected President of the United States on November 5, 1968. Here, we take a look at his connection to Timahoe, Co Kildare.
John Mitchel was one of the most extreme pro-slavery advocates of the American Civil War.
The troublesome task of choosing which inspiring women to memorialize in New York's Central Park.
The action of the Catholic priest who denied Joe Biden Holy Communion during Mass in South Carolina should be seen for what it is a hypocritical act.
The beautiful face of Vietnamese 26-year-old who died in a people-smuggling truck is seared into our minds as four Irish among those arrested for this unthinkable crime.
I'm very serious about being deliberately lighthearted and whimsical today on our coast of the Wild Atlantic Way because all the major stories flashing across the TV screens.
Why are American-born descendants of Diaspora Irish so tenacious about identifying with their homeland, even when their connections are generations distant?
Rumor has it we are a nation divided. Republican vs. Democrat. Pro-impeachment vs. anti-impeachment. Urban vs. rural. Everybody angry, yelling.
The story behind Paul McCartney’s "Magic Piano", following the swinging King’s Road, and the tragic death of the Right Honourable Tara Browne.
Irish American Catholic priest among six killed during the Korean War suspected of being US spies, now his family are seeking Father James Maginn's road to sainthood.
Not since the 1920s has British politics been in such disarray and amazingly the same issue still dominate today as Brexit does enormous damage to the United Kingdom.
I'm in a lighthearted mood. It has been garnished by being involved in two very different clan rallies we should all organize more often than we do.
Brexit may be a nightmare for politicians, but it's no fun either for newspaper columnists like yours truly stuck in what feels like an endless Brexit Groundhog Day.
Jackie Kennedy’s granddaughter has uncannily similar looks
Roasted butternut squash, coconut, and curry soup recipe
Irish couple starve toddler to death with force-fed vegan food
Why the Wexford Festival Opera is like no other festival in the world
Irish Dad found sleeping with family dog battling cancer
How to discover if your family was in the Irish military
The cult founded in the basement of a haunted Irish castle
US Irish businessman vows to eradicate global poverty in $350 billion plan
This is the new Irish crime drama you have to see
In 1937 a woman in Dundalk was sentenced to prison for kissing in public