Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
Throughout Ireland, Germany, Belgium, France, and around the world today, Christians will engage in their own special traditions to celebrate St. Nicholas Day 2018.
Rare video of Michael Collins, from Britain's Pathe newsreel, taken on the day he “signed his own death warrant” at a time when the Anglo-Irish treaty of 1921 was at the most critical moment.
Christmas letter written by daughter of Irish immigrants over a hundred years ago inspires kind act by man who found the note in his fireplace.
Can you imagine receiving a stiff fine for wishing someone Merry Christmas?
Renowned Irish folk singer Liam Clancy died on December 4, 2009. We look back at the legendary singer's lifetime.
Ireland, like most countries, has a number of Christmas traditions that are all its own. We have a look at some of the best traditions that you can bring into your own homes this holiday season.
Born in Kinsale, County Cork, this Irish Republican's incredible life brought him from Novia Scotia to Boston and New York before he served time in the Australian Penal Colonies and then returned to his Irish Fenian roots.
What are the odds that the richest ever Irishman would be born in a Dublin one-room hovel with a pig, his parents and a sister for company?
On this day, Dec 3, in 1990, Mary Robinson was inaugurated as the tenth president of Ireland, the first woman to hold the role.
Maureen O’Carroll, born in Sydney of Irish immigrants, refused to play the British patriotic song to honor her Irish Republican parents.
The amazing generosity, poverty, and selflessness displayed in a miraculous letter that survived up a chimney in Hell's Kitchen ignites the spirit of Christmas.
How Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh and The Dubliner's frontman Luke Kelly came together for the famous Dublin ballad On Raglan Road.
Ireland in Focus: Photographing Ireland in the 1950s includes images from Dorothea Lange and Robert Cresswell, as well as the largest exhibition of photographs by Henri Cartier-Bresson.
The Irish Film Institute presents footage of President John F. Kennedy's historic visit to his ancestral homeland of Ireland in June 1963, just months before his tragic assassination.
The remains and coffins of between 12 and 15 people have been unearthed proving that there is an Irish Famine mass grave at this site, which should be memorialized says Irish community
Mary Harris Jones, better known as Mother Jones, was born in Co Cork but went on to become one of the foremost labor activists in the US.
Jacqueline Lee Bouvier and John F Kennedy's wedding on Rhode Island looked positively divine. Not surprisingly the photos from the big day were spectacular.
Casey McNerthney's great-grandmother Lily Kempson played a role in the 1916 Easter Rising.
Almost 100 years ago, Irish rebels ambushed a British army column in a remote part of Cork called Kilmichael.
A band of starving pilgrims at Plymouth Rock was saved at the last minute by the arrival of a ship from Dublin.
The 1962 fall fashion show held at Cassidy's in Dublin provides a peek into the Irish fashion of the era.
Caroline Kennedy, the only surviving child of President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie, was born on November 27, 1957. Here, a look at the family's personal photographs.
We remember O’Neill by looking back on his most famous play and the parallels between this family and the Irish.
President Kennedy offered Queen Elizabeth what some consider an unusual gift during their 1961 meeting at Buckingham Palace.
No trip to Dublin is complete without visiting Glasnevin Cemetery, one of the most beautiful and historically significant sites in all of Ireland.
Expect the unexpected at Dublin's Guinness Storehouse
Donegal named coolest place in the world by National Geographic
Traditional Irish Christmas cake recipe the whole family will enjoy
Irish women are among the hottest in the world
Pathé newsreel shows Michael Collins sign "his own death warrant" on this day in 1921
Irish girl singing Hallelujah is a worldwide Christmas sensation
The European Union and the Good Friday Agreement: the EU’s involvement in peace
Irish people taste test American Christmas candy
105-year-old letter to Santa Claus found in Dublin home