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"Part of a broader fear some have that “the West” is dying... it's hard not to think this sudden love for Europe is about anything but skin color."
Following Shalane Flanagan’s win at the NYC marathon, an homage to Irish sportswomen who achieved success through the decades.
With just 7,000 slots available Dublin embassy advises students to apply for the summer work travel visas as soon as possible.
The perseverance and strength of emigrants – like the Irish had in the days of 'No Irish Need Apply' – inspired the new Beauty of Blend campaign from Tullamore D.E.W. Irish whiskey.
Barely 10 months in the White House and The Donald is scoring policy success in three main areas.
Self-absorbed “it’s only business” mentality of 45th dealing with climate change and nuclear weapons strikes fear.
Irish Stand will be held in Liberty Hall, Dublin, in support of those individuals currently living in the Direct Provision system.
The diversity visa scheme was born in 1990 very much with the Irish in mind. It was also a nod to Italian Americans.
A 39-year-old man accused of gun running for the IRA is awaiting deportation by immigration authorities in Boston.
"We should ask tough questions... But we don’t. So we just keep spewing silliness."
No Irish Need Apply? Not anymore
Celebrating the Choctaw Nation this National Native American Heritage Month
Ancestry records reunite long-lost brothers after 85 years
9 Irish American surnames explained by the experts
Another disappeared beach in Ireland has mysteriously reappeared
Galway city buskers enraged as they may be driven off the streets by new restrictions
Gerry Adams to step down - made a united Ireland a major issue again
Suddenly, Europe is so great to the Trump Nation?
Put upon Bono and U2 play free MTV concert for 7k in London
The wonder of a revitalized Belfast city
New book reveals nightmare in NAMA land as US vultures stripped Irish assets