Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
The British feared the Waterford lady so much, they would rather have her locked up than see her spread the word of the Irish struggle across the world.
A school teacher at 16, a national figure at 19, and a dead hero at 24. The forgotten Irish patriot John Keegan Casey.
As part of our July #InternationalIrish campaign and in partnership with the Irish Film Institute, we look at the outstanding Monsignor Reid collection.
For the fifth time, Ireland's International Famine Commemoration will be hosted in an American city.
One hundred years ago, IRA volunteers carried out two ambushes which took place in Cork and Kerry.
The ancient Irish tradition of stick fighting developed over centuries.
The little-known story behind the author of the song "Lovely Leitrim," one of Ireland's finest ballads, which was a huge international hit when sung by the late great Larry Cunningham.
Irish man Michael Malloy, remembered by some as The Rasputin of The Bronx, survived an estimated 20 attempts on his life in New York City.
"I am by birth a citizen of a country where there are more Irishmen, either native born or the descendants of Irishmen, than there are in all of Ireland.”
On July 30, 1919, four men - known as Michael Collins's 'Squad' - carried out the assassination of Detective Patrick 'The Dog' Smith in Dublin.
A look at JFK's sister Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy, and her scandalous life that was cut tragically short.
“When Irish Eyes Are Smiling” is one of the most recognizable and most beloved Irish songs ever written.
Irish explorer Tom Crean was the Ice Man, whose extraordinary achievements during three expeditions to the Antarctic at the start of the last century lay dormant for almost 80 years.
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins was grandson of poor farmer from County Cork.
The fascinating story of an old Galway town that refused to give up its traditions.
Queen Elizabeth has said that this 1982 IRA bombing was “the most ghastly” of her life.
Picture Post magazine commissioned the poet to go to the ancient fair and write a piece about it but such work never materialized.
On the night of August 14, 1919, Francis Murphy was at home in Glann reading a book by the hearth.
Remembering how the world changed as man landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, 50 years ago today.
50 years since the US landed a man on the moon with the Apollo 11 mission, we look back at JFK's inspiring "We choose to go to the moon" speech.
Famous astronauts with links to Ireland, from Neil Armstrong to Chris Hadfield.
On July 19, 1972, Muhammad Ali and Al "Blue" Lewis fight in Croke Park caused quite a stir in Ireland. The 2013 documentary "When Ali Came to Ireland" mapped that story.
50 years ago, on July 18, 1969, the Chappaquiddick incident killed Mary Jo Kopechne and ended Ted Kennedy’s presidential goals.
Irish pilot John Hemingway, who survived being shot down four times in World War II, shares his thoughts on turning 100.
One of the oldest surviving Jewish burial grounds in Ireland is to be restored and reopened more than 40 years after its closure.
The secret history of one of Dublin’s busiest carparks
Sean Hannity and many Irish Americans forget they came from a shithole country
One of Ireland's best ever pop groups is reuniting for a US tour
Northern Irish man deported from US says Keith Byrne should “take it on the chin”
Shane Lowry slept with British Open trophy, he admits
WATCH: Irish woman married to the ghost of a pirate divorces him through exorcism
9/11 first responders win battle to ensure victims fund never runs out of money
'Rory's Regulations' leads to decrease in sepsis-related deaths in New York, study finds
Irishwoman the British could not contain whose name has faded from history
The remarkable story of John Keegan Casey, the bold Fenian boy