Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
The custom was one of many complex laws that were prevalent during eras when famine, internal conflicts, and invasions were rife.
The Faddan More Psalter was discovered by a bulldozer driver in 2006 while extracting peat from a bog near the village in north Tipperary.
Sean Simon custodian of Cloontykilla Castle and McDermott's Castle is aiming to restore both castles to their former glory.
In 1853 a trusted chief officer saved the Emperor Joseph I from assassination and was hailed an international hero.
In 1938, Rosemary Kennedy traveled to Ireland and England for three weeks in the care of Dorothy Smyth, a young Irish woman hired to act as her chaperone.
From their childhoods to their untimely deaths.
Where do Jewish people fit into Irish history? From a strong integrated community to the liberation of Europe and the population's decline.
101 years ago today, Irish rebels ambushed a British army column in a remote part of Cork called Kilmichael.
The US President added to the Celtic revival and the reinterpretation of the Celts.
We remember O’Neill by looking back on his most famous play and the parallels between this family and the Irish.
A look back at the tragedies that have befallen the Irish American political dynasty.
If you remember The Troubles then you already know the face of Gerry Adams. The president of Sinn Fein between 1983 and 2018, he also served as a TD for Louth from 2011 to 2020.
Johnny McKeagney died shortly after publishing "In The Ould Ago" in 2010 and his children are now ensuring that his legacy continues by reprinting the book for the fifth time.
Just 18 days before his assassination John F Kennedy called on the nation to be grateful for what binds them and to build towards a peaceful society.
An Irish chemist named Dr. James J. Drumm created battery-powered trains, which successfully operated on a Dublin to Bray route from 1932 to 1948.
Mary Pinchot Meyer and John F. Kennedy were one of the most talked about rumored affairs of the Camelot era that ended in the tragic death of Meyer in an execution-style shooting.
Herstory to launch "TÁIN: The Women's Stories" by Karina Tynan, a retelling of the famous Irish mythology tale focusing on the females involved.
"Castlerea Train Station," now available on the IFI Archive Player, provides a look at a train journey from Roscommon to Dublin some 75 years ago.
With the help of local donors, naval contacts, and foundations, the Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park has now raised more than $1 million to repair the destroyer.
What Thanksgiving, otherwise known as Ragamuffin Day, meant to an Irish family in New York right after World War II.
Ireland voted by a slim margin to end its ban on divorce during a 1995 referendum. At the time, Ireland was the only country in Europe where divorce was still illegal.
One historical account recalls a day of Thanksgiving celebrated in 1631 after a ship with Irish provisions arrived at a Massachusetts colony.
Springing up at sporting events and all the way to pub sessions and folk music festivals, The Fields of Athenry has become Ireland's calling card.
Next year Ireland will celebrate its 100th birthday as an independent nation and a new book examines the benefits of living in modern Ireland.
A band of starving pilgrims at Plymouth Rock was saved at the last minute by the arrival of a ship from Dublin.
Ireland: What to look forward to in 2022
COVID live updates: NI passes 3 million vaccinations
John F. Kennedy's uncanny coincidences with Abraham Lincoln
Vanishing tribe - Ireland's Jewish community fades further each year
Tragic letters sent by Rosemary Kennedy to the young Irish woman who cared for her
Hanukkah menorahs have become a favorite Christmas decoration for the Irish
A real Irishman gets to work in Boston
Irish actor calls on Irish-America to help save Ireland's castles
Vicky Phelan announces support for medically assisted dying
Trance music helped Late Late Toy Show star speak for the first time
Anti-vaxxer could face charges for convincing COVID-19 patient to leave hospital