With some of us homesick and some happily overseas in Ireland, finding the Thanksgiving feeling in Dublin, especially a good Thanksgiving dinner, still feels to us all like a treasure hunt.
Enough already, Bono - There's always been something a bit ludicrous about the mega rich lecturing us about global inequality.
Dream of retiring to Ireland? Longing to live and work in Éire? Here are the most desirable places to live in Ireland.
The Republic needs an All-Ireland soccer team, clear after World Cup knock out, the US can help.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the artist who immortalized Lincoln, and Sherman, dedicated his last great work to Charles Stewart Parnell.
“Holy Hell! Nuns behaving badly is 2017’s most surprising trend"... Bill Donohue will have his work cut out for him.
"We laity in the past placed ye on a pedestal that was far too high and uncomfortable for any mortal men."
“Lest we forget” is the inscription on the new, controversial poppy pin being sold by the Limerick branch of the Royal British Legion, but for most of the past century the motto in Ireland has been “Lest we remember.”
The grief and joy of being reunited one day – a cousin’s tragic death in the Vietnam War.
Is it right to wear a red poppy on Remembrance Sunday? And is it ever right for an Irish person to wear a symbol which honors the members of the British Army?
How many people can you fit in a two-story rental property in Crumlin? More than 60 was the answer provided by an RTE television investigation.
One of the youngest ever to pass the coveted legal exam – from a tiny Louth village to the Big Apple.
Between Beckett, Boston and Belfast, it's a busy and exciting time.
Barely 10 months in the White House and The Donald is scoring policy success in three main areas.
Self-absorbed “it’s only business” mentality of 45th dealing with climate change and nuclear weapons strikes fear.
"I could Google to learn the real facts about the Pot, but I won't do that because hard facts are never as interesting as the folklore."
The title of the book is simply a shoddy attempt to conflate Irish suffering with slavery and a cheap attempt to pander to white grievance.
The diversity visa scheme was born in 1990 very much with the Irish in mind. It was also a nod to Italian Americans.
In Ireland, we tend to denigrate and ridicule those who seek out the truth or shine light on our darkness - take Jonathan Sugraman and Catherine Corless, for example.
"We should ask tough questions... But we don’t. So we just keep spewing silliness."
New York’s Police Department’s changing makeup reflects the ever evolving city and its latest ethnic arrivals.
Irish banks being built up at expense of customers - it's no wonder they're three times more profitable than other banks in the EU.
"I was once so innocently angelic that an actual halo was seen... over my head on a Good Friday afternoon."
Does Irish society have the appetite to ensure that survivors obtain the truth and thereby achieve a measure of justice as we learn more about the Mother and Baby homes?
Whether the conspiracy theories around President John F. Kennedy's assassination are true or not, it should not have been that easy to kill the President of the United States of America.
No Irish Need Apply? Not anymore
Jackie believed Lyndon B. Johnson had John F. Kennedy killed
9 Irish American surnames explained by the experts
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Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery continues to struggle with loss of Irish love
Another disappeared beach in Ireland has mysteriously reappeared
Watch: Carl Frampton beats Horacio Garcia in Belfast
WATCH: Paddy Barnes beats Eliecer Quezada in WBO Intercontinental title fight
David Cassidy's Irish roots: What you need to know
Ohio governor hopeful Bill O’Neill goes on bizarre rant about his sexual exploits
Who deserves a home? Ireland’s housing crisis death sentence