Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
Having won a Nobel Prize for Literature and an Oscar (for “Pygmalion”), George Bernard Shaw was a rare wit, journalist, author, and iconic Irishman. Celebrate Shaw's life with ten of his best quotes.
On a winters day 100 years ago Michael Collins had the narrowest of escapes when British authorities raided one of his haunts in Dublin City.
A memorial to an Irish American priest who comforted dying soldiers and gave his life during World War II will be unveiled on Veterans Day.
What were President John F. Kennedy’s last words, spoken to Jackie, after he was shot on Nov. 22, 1962?
Ned Kelly, the infamous Irish outlaw, famed for his final shootout and distinctive metal armor, finally faced execution on November 11, 1880.
For Armistice Day, a look at Belfast photographer George Hackney's photos of World War I.
An in-depth survey revealed the importance of the Hill of Tara to our Irish ancestors.
A look at JFK's sister Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy, and her scandalous life that was cut tragically short.
The more you study the life of Irish rebel leader Patrick Pearse, the more elusive he becomes.
Before he met his tragic end, President Kennedy delivered some of the most iconic speeches of the 20th century. Here we take a look at his most inspirational quotes.
Wolfe Tone, the father of Irish republicanism was sentenced to death in 1798. Here, a look at his personal life.
Although he has been studied widely, here are a couple lesser known and odd facts about famous Irish American president JFK.
Since John F. Kennedy's assassination, no Catholic has been close to becoming US president again.
On this day in 1919, Irish union organizer James Larkin was arrested in New York. We remember the time Charlie Chaplin visited Larkin in a New York prison.
Here’s what you need to know about the 35th President John F. Kennedy's life, from his youth to his road to the White House and his tragic assassination.
His death prompted a front-page news story in the New York Times.
Irish history enthusiasts gathered together for the Irish American Cultural Institute symposium, “Ireland 1913 to 1923: A Decade in a Day.”
United Irishmen's Professor William Dease's shocking way out and the spooky crack that appeared in his Dublin statue, the college's most popular story.
Widowed, evicted, raising two young boys, a violent temper - how the desperate life of Elizabeth Sugrue unfolder and she became Roscommon's executioner.
One of the Irish rebels songs, executed in 1920, the song Kevin Barry, spurred many to action, and countless others to support action being taken.
In 1919 a murder trial in Kansas City was interrupted by Eamon De Valera's tour of the United States.
It was 100 years ago when the Irish Parliament (Dail Eireann) was established and it was 100 years ago when it came under severe suppression when it was deemed illegal by Britain.
Irish Army troops were among the first on the ground and were wholly unprepared. In total 25 Irishmen were killed in action.
Irish American Catholics played a central role in the early 1960s Washington.
Bet you can’t guess.
WIN: VIP tickets to the greatest hurling event in America
On this day: George Bernard Shaw won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1925
Interesting facts about President John F. Kennedy
Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy - the scandalous, rebellious, and tragic life of JFK’s sister
Armistice Day: A Belfast photographer's personal look at WWI
Ancient secrets of the Hill of Tara revealed
WATCH: Rare astronomical event visible in Irish skies today
Irish soldiers who fought in World War I honored in Dublin
Long Islander arrested for hate crime against 2-year-old girl with genetic disorder and her family
Winter is coming! Ireland to expect snow and freezing temperatures this week
Republican Peter King steps down after 28 years