An excerpt from 'Lincoln and the Irish: The Untold Story' tells the amazing story of Co Louth native Albert Cashier, born Jennie Hodgers, and his call to duty in the US Civil War.
Ireland is one of just six jurisdictions in the world where people may legally change gender through self-determination.
The Capuchin Friary in Co Kilkenny was forced to respond after Father Tom Forde's controversial homily.
For the second year, the Irish Consulate in New York City will welcome everyone and anyone to join in their official Pride Parade delegation.
This was the first time that the renowned gates were painted any other color than blue or black.
Welcome to the 21st century – we’re pretty sure Oscar Wilde, Brendan Behan and Roger Casement would approve.
Straight people don't get to tell LGBTQ people when anti-gay slurs are offensive.
Critics have scoffed that a senior figure in the Catholic Church had the gall to mention harm to children after the massive and decades-long international child abuse scandals that have engulfed the entire Catholic Church.
A failsafe way to measure a nations true happiness index is ask the gays
Bishop Tobin's anti-LGBT tweet called on Catholics to boycott Pride events throughout June.
Exploring the Liberties, Dublin's best-kept secret
Irish apple crumble cake recipe is the ideal dessert
Indulgent recipe for chocolate Guinness cookies with Baileys frosting
Irish Guinness Stew: recipe for the ultimate comfort food
Homesick for the food of Ireland? You'll find all your favorites in this NY shop
Bloomsday: These are the Dublin spots featured in James Joyce's 'Ulysses'
Winston Churchill's son received this fiery letter from JFK now up for auction
Newly discovered megalithic monument in Ireland unlike any other to date
Journalists describe traumatic aftermath after arrest for making N.I. massacre documentary
Was it genocide? What the British ruling class really said about the Irish Famine
Children killed in 1916 Easter Rising finally remembered with commemorative garden