The biggest manhunt in the NYPD history took place in the summer of 1977, when the serial killer who called himself Son of Sam terrorized New York City. Irish detective Timothy Dowd was the one who cracked the case.
Why one New Yorker moved to Ireland in her formative years instead of waiting until retirement.
Pete Flynn, a native of County Leitrim, and an original Met dating back to 1962, has passed away.
Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley told delegates at New York’s Pier A that she is impressed by the transformation she witnessed in Belfast.
Plans to create an interpretative center focusing on 1916 leader James Connolly has got a fillip from New York City’s transport workers.
Locals from Ireland’s second city have deep and rich connections with New York.
He saw the bright side of every situation. As I got older and learned the story of his childhood and the adversities he'd faced, I was more impressed by his positive attitude.
An Irish emigrant’s fear of what could happen now has grown to the point where it’s almost debilitating.
As an Irish Londoner new to New York, I was in for a few surprises.
"“Roll on America” I thought as I disembarked. I still do every day."
Killer chocolate baked Guinness donuts with Irish cream glaze recipe
Dublin dance troupe takes Irish dance to the next level (VIDEO)
Catholic bishop bans same-sex couples from communion and funerals
The remarkable story of the Galway Claddagh community
The “Son of Sam” Summer and the Irish cop who caught the NY serial killer
Remembering the day fearless Irish journalist Veronica Guerin was murdered
BREAKING: Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams says end to partition of Ireland “in a few short years”
Soaring harmonies by Irish sacred harp singers are out of this world (VIDEO)