"It's easy to get emotional about this and start singing “A Nation Once Again.” But it's not just a matter of answering the simple question of are you in favor of Irish unity?"
There are just over 30 days until Brexit and it's becoming the stuff of nightmares.
Tanaiste and Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney has pledged that Ireland will not be “steamrolled” into giving ground on the Irish border backstop.
If you could bottle the Democratic Unionist Party's (DUP'S) chutzpah, you could solve the North's economic problems overnight Just call it Brass Neck and watch it fly off the shelves.
“We are deeply disturbed by your government’s unwillingness to stop the abuse," Sanders wrote.
Ireland’s Health Minister and Women’s Council blast Texas group targeting rape victims and those diagnosed with fatal fetal abnormalities as new legislation planned to protect women.
Northern Ireland will return to violence as a result of a hard border due to no deal Brexit, the only question is scale say UNESCO chairs.
“Unifying Ireland Tracking Polls” carried out by the Irish government shows that support for a United Ireland, in the aftermath of Brexit, is up by 7%.
Resident Magistrate John Charles Milling is considered one of the first political assassinations of the Irish War of Independence.
Last week was another dizzying whirl on the Brexit merry-go-round, and it's all beginning to feel like Groundhog Day.
Irish have more Viking and Norman DNA than previously thought, reports genetic study
Scandalous, rebellious, and tragic life of JFK’s sister Kick remembered on her birthday
Bernie Sanders wrote to Margaret Thatcher about the IRA hunger strikers
Cliffs of Moher could get ‘selfie seats’ after tragic tourist accidents
Last living sibling of John F. Kennedy celebrates her 91st birthday
Irish families warned to avoid Holy Communion spending debt
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Amazon’s nixed headquarters and the reality of New York’s crazy taxes
Will a United Ireland fix Brexit? It’s just not that simple