What sort of nation are we going to be? That's the question confronting Ireland - due to the major political and social changes of the past decade - this election season
An Irish American teenager has been expelled from a Christian school after wearing a rainbow sweater and celebrating her birthday with a rainbow cake.
Same-sex couples will be able to get married legally in Northern Ireland for the first time from February 13.
Same-sex couples in Northern Ireland can now legally register for marriage.
Adrian Murphy, a champion Irish dancer from Co Kilkenny, was found dead in a London apartment on June 4. British man Joel Osei is now facing charges.
Rumor has it we are a nation divided. Republican vs. Democrat. Pro-impeachment vs. anti-impeachment. Urban vs. rural. Everybody angry, yelling.
On October 22, same-sex marriage and abortion officially became legal in Northern Ireland for the first time.
A former patient at Queen’s University in Belfast (QUB) has shared how he endured electroshock therapy in the 1960s for being gay.
Northern Ireland will officially make same-sex marriage and abortion legal from midnight tonight.
Do you know the first US city to allow LGBTQ groups to march in its St. Patrick’s Day parade? The answer may surprise you.
Irish woman makes history as first female conductor at Oscars
Celebrating strong Irish women for St. Brigid’s Day
Robert De Niro could be honored at Syracuse St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Former Irish dance champion dies of overdose in Scotland
Nathan Carter makes huge New York City debut
Horrific murder of three young children in Dublin
Missing Notre Dame student's body found in lake
A history and recipe to celebrate National Irish Coffee Day
We're tickled pink by this seaside cottage for sale in Co Waterford
Larry Kirwan looks back at his solo album “Kilroy Was Here”