Assault claims dismissed as ‘products of fertile imagination'
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said it would not be undemocratic to hold a second Brexit referendum.
Steve Bannon’s lawyer relayed questions in real time to the White House during a House Intelligence Committee interview of the former chief strategist to Donald Trump, according to reports.
Chaotic Chelsea ended a five-hour scoring drought before advancing in the FA Cup with a 5-3 penalty shootout win over Norwich.
It is no longer acceptable for women to be treated as “second class citizens” and to be forced to fly abroad for terminations or take abortion pills, said Fianna Fáil TD Billy Kelleher.
Joe Schmidt was true to his word that the Six Nations is no place for experimentation as he named an experienced squad for next month’s opening games of the championship, although there was one notable and welcome exception.
Health and fitness fans are flocking to Killarney today for Balance Expo, a one-day exhibition encompassing all areas of fitness, health, nutrition and sport.
The Kerry Babies Tribunal report was controversial, divisive, and raised more questions than answers. Law expert Vicky Conway, as part of a book project, speculated as to what might happen were a judge asked to consider at this point in time whether there should be a fresh tribunal. The following is an edited extract
This Sunday, Kristen Bell will become the first-ever host of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) awards.
A Star Wars fan has taken the time to make the ’Defeminized Fanedit’ of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Apple plans to build another corporate campus and hire 20,000 workers in the next five years as part of a $350bn (€286bn) commitment to the US economy.
He may have starred in Game of Thrones, but Stephen Dillane insists the Cork company he’s now acting with should get the credit for their adaptation of a Beckett novel, writes Marjorie Brennan