"The tributes will doubtless begin flowing in as well as the usual vitriol from his enemies. Like all great politicians, he has collected his share of them."
"Part of a broader fear some have that “the West” is dying... it's hard not to think this sudden love for Europe is about anything but skin color."
"Bono made a perfectly legal investment in a shopping mall in Lithuania... and the 'moral' police freak out."
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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.
"Taoiseach's comment is 'a Walter Witty remark' and he asked, 'What planet are the taoiseach and housing minister living on?'"
Enough already, Bono - There's always been something a bit ludicrous about the mega rich lecturing us about global inequality.
"Farrell conducts himself with his usual grace throughout the proceedings, hitting every note as he grapples with Washington's increasingly erratic performance."
Joe Biden has slammed Harvey Weinstein as "disgusting" and "immoral," but could his friendly nature also land him in trouble?
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Writer and film director has traveled far from the west of Ireland plays that he made his name with -- or has he?
"Irish America was reminded again and again... that without their dogged persistence, there would not be a successful peace process."
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.”
Irish journalist John Waters, who is speaking at a Notre Dame conference this weekend on what he calls the "Hoax... of the Holocaust of Tuam," is no stranger to controversy.
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?
"Lifelong campaign of revenge on the establishment that rejected him... We are merely the hostages of his fortune."
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.
His arrogance is surpassed only by his ignorance. Coping with the reality of the least popular US President in history.
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.
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Gerry Adams to step down - made a united Ireland a major issue again
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