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How Michael Collins got revenge on a British soldier after he tortured rebels involved with the 1916 Easter Rising.
Fake news? How about a fake Celtic symbol for new beginnings?
Spectacular candid photos of the people of Dublin go public 50 years after cinema projectionist photographed the people of Ireland’s capital.
"I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon."
The Irish American Sullivan brothers, all killed aboard the USS Juneau during WWII, became the first multiple-person namesake of a ship in US Naval history.
An excerpt from "They Put the Flag a-Flyin’ The Roscommon Volunteers" by Kathleen Hegarty Thorne.
Irish playwright Oscar Wilde began was charged with gross indecency and sentenced to two years of hard labor.
The assassination of District Inspector Oswald Ross Swanzy in 1920.
On Sunday, January 30, 1972, British soldiers opened fire on a peaceful protest in Derry, Northern Ireland, killing 14 people.
Geez, darn, babe - The strong Irish roots of New York slang words.
This Memorial Day 2020 we remember the debt of gratitude the United States owes to the Irish.
On this day, May 23, in 1798, the United Irishman rebellion, led by Wolfe Tone began. In memory, we look back at the ferocious life of the rebellion's heroine Betsy Gray.
Peter O’Connor was not willing to stand on the winner’s podium under the British flag and so he took matters into his own hands.
May 22 marks the birthday of Betty Williams, one of the most inspiring figures from the Northern Ireland Peace Process and co-recipient of the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize with Mairead Corrigan.
While there is no exact Celtic symbol for family, many of these Celtic knots and Celtic symbols are perfect if you’re looking to signify family love and strength.
Dr. Noel Browne passed away on May 21, 1997. In memory of the controversial Irish politician, we look back at the notorious "Mother and Child" scheme he established which brought down a government.
Excerpt from "They Put the Flag a-Flyin’ The Roscommon Volunteers" by Kathleen Hegarty Thorne. The book is a fascinating account of the names and activities of the Roscommon volunteers between 1916-1923 in the fight for Irish independence.
Some interesting trivia about John F. Kennedy, Jr, the late son of President John F. Kennedy.
A look at some of the prominent Irish figures who have been denied entry to the United States.
"Echoes of Their Footsteps Volume I" offers a play-by-play account of the key players and moments in the Irish Civil War, with Volume I centering on the formative years between 1913 and 1922.
Robert Kolker's 'Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family' is an account of the Galvin family, where six out of ten sons were diagnosed as schizophrenic.
Loyalists planted three bombs in Dublin and one bomb in Monaghan, killing 33 civilians.
Lord Mountbatten was assassinated by the IRA in 1979 when the terrorist organization blew up his fishing boat off the coast of Sligo.
St Brendan is one of the most famous Irish saints, but whether he got to America before Christopher Columbus has remained one of the continuing Irish mysteries.
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The five brave Sullivan brothers who died in WWII serving the US Navy
Cork town named one of Europe’s most beautiful small towns
Celebrating the Irish who fought in the Civil War this Memorial Day
Coronavirus live updates: "Heartening" news as NI records no new deaths
Armagh priest shows off Irish dance skills in webcam mass
Ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day that don't involve a pub
Physical distancing advice will have drastic impact on capacity in Irish pubs
Michael Collins gets revenge 100 years ago in Wexford
Irish castle brings you back in time with the day-to-day Lord of the Castle experience
TUNE IN: Final panel discussion in Trinity's “Rethinking Democracy” series