How the choice of an IrishCentral editor's photo led this journalist in Paris to explore the Irish Traveller heritage.
How can we be certain that Ireland’s bog bodies were the result of human sacrifice?
Major League Baseball is having yet another “Say It Ain’t So” moment. And Jimmy O’Brien is at the center of this latest big mess.
The comfort of home and family is often portrayed in poems by Irish poets but it's the Irish Mammy that is at the center of it all.
Language used by President Donald Trump in the United States has emboldened far-right racist remarks among some politicians in Ireland.
Conor McGregor’s endorsement of President Donald Trump makes perfect sense given the two individuals involved.
The first votes in the United States 2020 presidential race is fast approaching and everything is still to play for.
Ireland's General Election 2020 campaigning kicks off amidst a number of problems within Ireland.
On both coasts of the Wild Atlantic Way is the reality that we are about to experience again the craic and stimulation created by election fever.
Known its heavy annual rainfall Ireland's Victorian-era water pipes, and environmentally dubious and wasteful water scheme sees no end in sight to the Emerald Isle's water crisis.
John F Kennedy was sworn in as President 58 years ago today, January 20, 1961.
Collins recognized that the war would not be won militarily. The IRA would play an important role, but it would not be decisive.
In light of recent news, we are left with two choices: worse and worser.
Given the recent controversy over the RIC commemorations, it's hard to understand the complete obsession with Megan and Harry in Ireland.
One hundred years ago, the fateful trip of Eamon de Valera to America would change Irish America and Ireland forever.
Ireland’s long-standing traditional thinking of a woman’s place being the home has drastically affected the number of women being elected to public office.
Three years after the collapse of the power-sharing government in Northern Ireland, the Stormont parliament finally got back in business last week.
Jumping into the slot of Dublin GAA football team manager, taking over from five-time All-Ireland champ Jim Gavin, there's no hiding for Dessie Farrell.
For a country that has had such a long and painful history of emigration, the growth in racism and hate crimes over the past couple of years has been unprecedented.
The quest for my father’s adoption records led me in search of the Menlo graveyard, County Galway, of a woman I had never known.
Ireland’s political parties have three weeks to campaign. How does that compare to a year and a half in the US?
There's no reason why you can't visit Ireland on a solo trip!
Over a couple of frantic two-hour shows on March 17, 2001, we recorded “On Fire.” Little did we know how prophetic the title would be!
What Ireland is left with now is a solution that avoids a land border but risks an economic meltdown. Whether we made the right choice will become clear later this year.
With one month to go to until the Iowa caucuses the outcome of the Democratic race for the presidential nomination becomes even more important.
The Irish rebel song that Conor McGregor loves to play before his fights
On This Day: Irish writer William Butler Yeats dies in 1939
Celtic Woman celebrates 15 years with massive American tour featuring special guest artist Chloë Agnew
Chicago cop tells of racism inflicted on Irish Famine women and children
First female genital mutilation conviction handed down in Ireland
No poor need apply - Trump to deny green cards to immigrants on benefits
The Celtic and Catholic traditions of St. Brigid and her cross
Refusal to accept Sinn Fein in Irish government complete hypocrisy
Photos, journalism and cherishing our heritage
Irish tourist attraction of the week: Trinity College in Dublin