Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
What Thanksgiving, otherwise known as Ragamuffin Day, meant to an Irish family in New York right after World War II.
A letter that John F. Kennedy allegedly wrote to a woman believed to be his lover went up for auction, in June 2016.
During the Great Hunger this Native American tribe sent a massive amount of money to the Irish, the sculpture "Kindred Spirits" in Cork, is a symbol of Ireland's gratitude.
Following Shalane Flanagan’s win at the NYC marathon, an homage to Irish sportswomen who achieved success through the decades.
From Murphy to O'Connor - the popular Irish family names now big names in the United States.
Found in a flea market in NC six years ago, the tintype group photos of these bad hombres could be worth $5 million.
Jackie Kennedy believed Lyndon B. Johnson was behind the 1963 assassination of her husband John F. Kennedy.
An excerpt from Mark Bulik’s The Sons of Molly Maguire – Chapter 1: “A Slumbering Volcano”
Infamous Lt Colonel George Custer loved to sing "Garryowen" when he and the 7th Cavalry massacred native American villages in the all-out campaign in the 1870s.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the artist who immortalized Lincoln, and Sherman, dedicated his last great work to Charles Stewart Parnell.
How did Willie Pearse die? Where is Willie Pearse buried? Find all you need to know on the famous Pearse brother and his family tree here.
British Pathé video shows locals enjoying traditional Irish dancing at the crossroads in Drumshanbo.
Review of The Last Days of Oscar Wilde, by John Vanderslice.
The historic Ragamuffin Day would see kids dressing up on Thanksgiving as they do on modern-day Halloween.
A ship was named after the five heroic Sullivan brothers, who died together aboard the USS Juneau on November 13, 1942.
JFK’s First Lady wrote to Fr Leonard saying, “I think God must have taken Jack to show the world how lost we would be without him.”
From world class writers, to peace keepers and pioneers of science the Irish who have been internationally praised.
Just two months before his own tragic death, John F Kennedy Jr laid bare. A lost leader? Judge for yourself.
“Lest we forget” is the inscription on the new, controversial poppy pin being sold by the Limerick branch of the Royal British Legion, but for most of the past century the motto in Ireland has been “Lest we remember.”
Lance Corporal Hackney illegally documented life in the trenches; photos have been published for the first time.
Remembering the life of infamous outlaw, gang leader, and Irish convict Ned Kelly on the anniversary of his death in Australia.
Stories from an unconventional lucky life, from an orphanage to fighting and surviving World War II.
The first Veterans Day, usually called Armistice or Remembrance Day in Ireland, was marked in 1919 a year to the day after the guns fell silent across the Western Front.
The "Book of Common Prayer" was discovered in a Church of Ireland rectory in Monkstown after being stolen from Marsh's Library in 1840.
The grief and joy of being reunited one day – a cousin’s tragic death in the Vietnam War.
No Irish Need Apply? Not anymore
A Bronx Irish Thanksgiving in days gone by
Celebrating the Choctaw Nation this National Native American Heritage Month
Ancestry records reunite long-lost brothers after 85 years
The secret to cooking a perfect Thanksgiving turkey
Would you be able to handle the largest Irish breakfast in Ireland?
Saving lives at the Cliffs of Moher and goings on before Christmas
Van Morrison rolls with the punches
Hello Mary Lou – Adams' likely successor could be first female Taoiseach
Kerrygold butter continues to take over the world, now for sale in South Korea