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The history of how a force of 155 raw and poorly-equipped Irish soldiers held back an army of 3,500 rebels, including seasoned Belgian and French mercenaries, in the Congo and remarkably survived.
The US senator was born on November 20, 1925. Among his best quotes is a prediction of the success of Obama.
Never before in the history of the Republic had life on earth seemed so imperiled.
A letter that John F. Kennedy allegedly wrote to a woman believed to be his lover went up for auction, in June 2016.
The Fellowship of Isis, which honors the divine feminine, has 20 to 30k members around the world and it all started in the basement of Huntington Castle, on the Carlow-Wexford border.
Under Eamon De Valera's "Vice Act" a Glaswegian woman was sentenced to prison for kissing a local man.
Born in Dublin, the Irish soldier has heard Abraham Lincoln deliver the Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863.
Now is your chance to solve that old mystery – was your grandfather a hero of the 1916 Rising?
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A new documentary investigates the series of mistakes that led to the sinking of the Titanic during its maiden voyage in April 1912.
What Academy Awards did The Quiet Man win? Were Maureen O'Hara, John Wayne, and John Ford recognized with Oscars?
Dr Max Jacobson traveled with John F Kennedy to inject the couple with an elixir of "miracle" drugs in 1961 while visiting Queen Elizabeth and on their trip to Paris.
One hundred years ago today, November 17, 1919, Cork Volunteers became creative, dared, and succeeded.
A look at William Pearse's life and his involvement alongside his brother Patrick during the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland.
No UFOs of otherworldly acts, rather the amazing skill of forester Liam Emmery and his surreal and incredible legacy.
Ever wondered what The Crown's real events looked like? Now you can find out
Kissing the Blarney Stone, riding a horse through the lakes and valleys of Killarney, posing at the Giants Causeway - the Kennedy family did all this and more during trips to Ireland in the 1930s.
In 1919 a murder trial in Kansas City was interrupted by Eamon De Valera's tour of the United States.
Five Irish American brothers the Sullivans made the ultimate sacrifice during World War II.
From their childhoods to their untimely deaths - have you ever heard about uncanny coincidences between the United States Presidents, John F. Kennedy & Abraham Lincoln?
On November 12, 1954, Ellis Island officially closed after admitting millions of immigrants from all around the world into the United States.
Celebrity couple JFK Jr. and Carolyn Bessette lived behind the facade of a perfect marriage, but the truth was far more real.
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.
Jackie Kennedy’s granddaughter has uncannily similar looks
Read the letter JFK wrote to his lover a month before he died
The Fighting Irish 69th gets its own Irish whiskey
Nigerian-born journalist speaks in fluent Irish of racial abuse she received
U2 delight local firefighters fighting bushfires in Australia
How 155 Irish soldiers became heroes at the Battle of Jadotville
Beloved Irish pub in Boston forced to close its doors after 137 years
The Cranberries could win their first Grammy in 2020
This fixer-upper cottage for sale in Co Roscommon is less than $30k
Irish bartender treats pub goers to live version of “Dirty Old Town”