Irish American retired Marine Keith Byrne was killed during a "pointless" act of road rage in Florida last week.
Father Michael O'Leary, who was arrested for drug possession in NYC on St. Patrick's Day, is facing a separate legal battle amongst his siblings in his native Ireland.
Midwife, abortionist and convicted murderer Mamie Cadden avoided the death penalty in 1950s Dublin.
A Northern Ireland man who beat a puppy to death with a hammer and broadcast the attack on social media has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty.
A British soldier has lost his appeal to be tried by a jury for his involvement in the murder of a man with learning disabilities during The Troubles.
The search for the 'disappeared' victim of The Troubles is underway again after a lengthy delay.
Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin is cracking down on showpiece gangland funerals
Two journalists who produced an investigative documentary about the Loughinisland massacre have been released from police bail following the decision to drop the investigation against them by the Belfast High Court.
United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May is stepping down without having delivered on Brexit.
A Paris court has found British former journalist Ian Bailey guilty of murdering French TV producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier in Ireland in 1996.
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