On this dark day, November 22, 1963: Irish American President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.
Noted Irish diaspora who have “provided a sustained service and commitment to Ireland and Irish communities abroad” honored
Now in its 20th year, the Irish America Wall Street 50 honors the best and the brightest of Irish and Irish American descent in the financial industry.
Irish America magazine celebrated their 2017 Healthcare & Life Sciences 50, honoring some of the most accomplished figures working in healthcare and science today.
Brian Keenan was released on August 24, 1990, after four and a half years in captivity.
From the Declaration to the Star Spangled Banner – the Irish and the Fourth of July.
October 2017 - Manhattan, New York - Co-presented by ICON plc, one of the leading clinical research companies in the world, headquartered in Dublin.
October 2017 - Manhattan, NY - Recognizes the outstanding accomplishments and success of the best and the brightest Irish-American and Irish-born leaders.
The distinguished 2017 Hall of Fame inductees include Michael Dowling, Sister Teresa Fitzgerald, Terry O’Sullivan, and Kevin White.
Stay-at-home First Lady Melania Trump could cause marching mayhem in New York City on March 17, 2017.
What you should know about the history of your Irish surname
Remembering JFK – the assassination took place 54 years ago today
Remembering JFK's legacy on the anniversary of his assassination
Unionist in House of Lords suggests County Donegal should rejoin the United Kingdom
Irish dancing Ravens' NFL player celebrates touchdown with a jig
CIA director John McCone covered up JFK assassination truth
Amazing locals rescue dolphins stranded on Irish beach
Congresswoman joins the fight to name ship after Irish Navy Cross recipient Patrick Gallagher
What to do when it’s a pro-Trump/anti-Trump stand-off Thanksgiving
Police say Thanksgiving’s “Blackout Wednesday” is worse than St. Patrick's’ Day
Cork politician prepared to go to jail for defacing ‘Famine’ Queen Victoria road signs