The letters in the word Google have been replaced with artworks symbolizing the Claddagh ring and the Celtic knot.
From the vanishing Unionist electoral majority to Brexit to COVID, historic events are speeding up debates on Irish unity. This generation of Irish Americans may well be the first to be able to return to a united Ireland.
"People can of course support whoever they want for the U.S. presidency, but to see three MPs giving the thumbs-up while holding a Trump banner personally makes me cringe," one critic said.
"Feasting, almost invariably associated with sacrifice, was a social necessity of early societies," researcher Finbar McCormick said.
The USWNT plays its first game on U.S. soil less than a month after winning its second consecutive World Cup.
Rules banning homosexual and bisexual men from donating blood were enforced in the 80s.
Makeshift installations seek to remind people that, 'In many cases they divided peoples' farms, they divided communities and parishes. Young people nowadays have never known of that.'
Five lessons the U.K. government can take from its neighbor's series of referendums.
No familiar ruling coalition looks tenable.
27 of 28 government ministers will be out of country on foreign trips to drum up investment.
The Alliance for the Defence of the Family and Marriage is staunchly against the same-sex marriage referendum.
68% of Irish citizens would like to have a national vote on abortion after controversial legislation has not settled the matter
Northern Ireland's firebrand preacher turned peacemaker dies