After years of decreasing influence for religion in public life, Ireland’s new blasphemy law has free speech campaigners worried.
Irish companies’ agreement to voluntarily deny filesharers Internet service seen as potential model.
Environmental news and breakthroughs.
Closing a corporate tax loophole could yield $60 billion for the US, but it threatens to undermine an already weak Irish economy.
The government did little as Generations of children were abused, according to the nearly decade-long investigation. Counseling centers report a surge in callers since the report's release.
Faced with rising costs and growing fears of hackers, Ireland has decided to join a growing movement in Europe to return to old school voting practices.
Competition for resources, ‘climate migrants,’ failed states are among top concerns.
Ireland unites in protest against violence as police begin crackdown on dissident groups.
British and Irish leaders condemned the shootings of the two British soldiers, who were bound for Afghanistan.
As new 'No Line on the Horizon,' album is released, Dubliners protest band's business shift to Amsterdam.