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"Little work, and even less money, in de Valera’s holy, xenophobic Ireland... was an economic disaster."
Items belonging to Michael Collins’ love purchased at an online auction in Churchill, Donegal.
The much-anticipated film, set in 1847, the worst year of the Irish Famine, will air at the premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.
The queen's affection for Ireland began as a young woman, and she’s reported to have fallen in love with scenic Killarney in County Kerry in the southwest of the island.
Remembering James Larkin's birthday and the time Charlie Chaplin visited him in Sing Sing.
Irish people know full well what they're capable of. JFK demonstrated that to them in 1961.
On November 1, 1920, 18-year-old medical student Kevin Barry was hanged in Mountjoy Prison. Here's how Kevin Barry’s death propelled Michael Collins on the path to Bloody Sunday.
Some say it's where it all began. From the Stone Age tombs of Newgrange and Knowth to the seat to the High Kings at the Hill of Tara, the Boyne Valley is a must-see on any trip to Ireland.
How the beloved Kerry town suffered during the Great Hunger and became "one monster pauper asylum".
On January 19, 1787, Mary Aikenhead, founder of the Irish Sisters of Charity and St. Vincent’s Hospital Dublin, was born in Cork.
The fourth in the Great Famine Irish history podcast series examines whether the Irish people saw disaster coming? What was Ireland like in 1845?
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.
Martin Scorsese said the 1950s movie “caught the delirium of crime and matched it up with a special kind of sexual heat". Ahead of its time.
"Prohibition became one battle in a much larger culture war which included attacks against Irish-dominated Tammany Hall, as well as Irish American skepticism about America's 1917 entrance into World War I."
Beckett scholar Michael Coffey reminds us of the Nobel Laureate’s nationalistic influences and writings
If there ever was a politician disguised as a riddle, it was RFK. Former Boston Globe journalist Larry Tye deciphers
Remembering the life of one of Ireland's greatest literary geniuses James Joyce on the anniversary of his death.
A Fermanagh priest digging through parish records has discovered that JFK did not have links to Ballyconnell.
On January 13, 1800, The Emancipator called for the return of the Penal Laws instead of union with Britain.
The 10-day Fenians, Fremantle, & Freedom Festival will have traditional music, poetry, contemporary film, art, and family events
Linen Hall Library in Belfast launches The Divided Society project giving a unique insight into the struggle for peace in Ireland.
Viking swords and foundations of buildings have been discovered in Cork city.
Sean O’Casey not only changed the world of theatre, he took the time to put the passion and pain of his eventful life into print for the rest of us to marvel at.
Disney Princess JFK? Incredible photo, taken 2 months before his assassination, shows President feeding a dear in his pajamas.
Researchers have found that women are more likely to survive near-death situations.
Win a dream Ireland getaway for two! Four nights in beautiful Dublin City
22,000 Irish suffer from undiagnosed Celtic blood disease
Ed Sheeran is engaged! Is she a Galway Girl?
Love cats? Irish cat clinic seeks a professional cat cuddler
US investigators probe Trump money laundering through Irish golf course
On this day in 1876, James Larkin is born to Irish parents in Liverpool
Five years on Japan will not release Irish woman’s killer as he shows “no remorse”
Dedicated Irish cheerleaders first step on road to Florida competition
Donald Trump's plan to whitewash Barack Obama's legitimacy and legacy
Brave Irish teen cancer warrior loses battle for life
Scenes of Ireland's emigration - the unforgiving land of Eamon de Valera