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A Wicklow woman living in Seattle has created a range of “I’m an immigrant” badges to spread awareness of the large number of immigrants we interact with on a daily basis.
Derry native and teacher in Arizona says winning the MLK award was the highlight of her life.
Senator Billy Lawless admits there will be no special treatment for Irish “illegal” living in the US for decades.
The same Bronx Irish theater where Saoirse Ronan's story started inspired a generation of Irish immigrants in New York, including the author and filmmaker Colin Broderick.
On Monday the Trump administration ended protections for more than 200,000 Salvadorans who have lived in the US for more than 15 years.
Golden Globe winner Saoirse Ronan has her family and their time in New York to thank for helping the “Brooklyn” star on her way to stardom.
Heartbreak Pier, as locals call it, is where an estimated million emigrants bade farewell to Ireland - usually forever.
17-year-old Irish girl was the first over 12 million who sailed past the Statue of Liberty and arrived in New York City.
How much of what we know about Annie Moore, the first immigrant to arrive at Ellis Island, is myth and how much is true?
Ireland’s Diaspora Minister has many ideas to harness the power of the Irish abroad.
Win a dream Ireland getaway for two! Four nights in beautiful Dublin City
Remembering Irish rebel Kevin Barry born on this day in 1902
57 years ago today John F Kennedy was inaugurated as President of the USA
Go ahead, President Trump, cancel the White House St. Patrick’s Day party
Ed Sheeran is engaged! Is she a Galway Girl?
Famine in an Irish town – how Dingle survived the Great Hunger
End of an era as Gerry Adams hands off Sinn Fein leadership to Mary Lou McDonald
Public wake for Dolores O'Riordan, funeral Tuesday in Limerick
Police investigate assault of 14-year-old at new Dublin Scientology site
Coogan's, the New York Irish bar they couldn't close