About seventy years ago, German war chiefs were busy devising Unternehmen Grün or Operation Green, for Ireland,
July 20th 1969, a moment of history that stopped the world as we knew it and made sure it would never be the same again.
Kerry man’s extraordinary achievements during three expeditions to the Antarctic at the start of the last century lay dormant for almost 80 years.
Secrets from St. James’s Gate reveal how Nigeria is now the largest consumer of Guinness in the world.
Titanic Hotel Belfast will open its doors to the public this September
Quinnipiac Great Hunger Museum artwork to travel to Dublin and Cork in major exhibition.
Curator Christine McCarthy talks about "A Centennial Celebration" of JFK in Hyannis – an unmissable new exhibition in Provincetown.
Much of the cultural diversity in the US unwittingly came about through pressure from Irish American leaders.
Four surgeries on his lower-back left the young president in constant excruciating pain and walking using crutches.
In these modern fast-moving times it's nice to remember a more romantic time...when people wrote love letters.
Donald Trump Jr isn’t the only relative of a candidate to have been approached by Russians about a US election.
Letters addressed to an Irish-born priest during the time of the Great Hunger showcase the pain felt by those who remained in Ireland.
During the 65-year reign of the British monarch it seems that JFK’s 1961 visit made quite an impression.
Celebrate July 12 in song with the Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem.
Catholic Jacobite captain's account reveals more than 1,000 Irish Catholic troops were "dead drunk" on July 12, 1690
Review of "Masquerade: Treason, the Holocaust, and an Irish Impostor" by Mark M. and Vera Moynes.
Has the Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan mystery been solved? Or has it deepened?
Marking the centenary of the death of Thomas's widow, Muriel MacDonagh, who died leaving their children orphaned.
Catherine Hayes Osborne from Co. Donegal was one of the first six members of a team employed by the British Army to crack German WWI codes.
From Murphy to O'Connor - the popular Irish family names now big names in the United States.
Emmet was an early leader in the cause for Irish independence who drew inspiration from the American Revolution.
The heavily-jeweled star and badge of the Order of St Patrick went missing from Dublin Castle in 1907. The crime has never been solved.
'Kennedy and King: The President, The Pastor, and the Battle Over Civil Rights' by Steven Levingston hit bookstores last week.
From the Declaration to the Star Spangled Banner – the Irish and the Fourth of July.
Some say he changed the course of the critical battle of Saratoga when he gunned down two British generals, at 300 yards.
The strange history of the Nazi plans to invade Ireland
Cillian Murphy in painful ‘Dunkirk’ interview with Stephen Colbert
The history behind “When Irish Eyes are Smiling”
11 things that no longer exist in Ireland
John McCain will always stand taller than Trump despite his cancer diagnosis
Martin McGuinness to be remembered at D.C. memorial
Dublin man who makes 50 curries a week for the homeless goes viral
Spicer does the right thing and tells Trump to stick his job
Sean Spicer has resigned - Ambassador of Ireland next?