So that’s Wednesday nearly wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
Brexit vote: The House of Commons has passed two motions to reject a no-deal Brexit this evening.
Leo Varadkar has said that if the UK wants to change its mind over Brexit, it would be welcomed back like the "prodigal son".
Donegal bodies: Gardaí are awaiting the outcome of post mortems following the discovery of the bodies of a couple in Co Donegal this afternoon.
Boeing 737 Max 8: Boeing is recommending its entire global fleet of 737 MAX aircraft is grounded.
Tarrifs: Business, unions and farmers have responded with dismay to Government plans for changes to tariffs on imported goods if the UK leaves the EU without a Brexit deal.
Cheltenham: Day two of the Cheltenham Festival has come to an end. Here are five things to take away from the day.
Views: Leo Varadkar faces many challenges on this visit to Washington DC for the St Patrick’s Day festivities. But no task will be as crucial as ensuring that the peace process - threatened by a chaotic Brexit - is promoted on the world stage.
Showbiz/Discover: Organisers at Electric Picnic have announced the line-up for this year's festival. Headlining the Stradbally extravaganza will be the Strokes, Hozier, the 1975 and Florence and the Machine.
Lifestyle: Did you know that you can ‘fool’ your brain into releasing natural antidepressants and pain relief — simply by faking a smile?
Former Limerick star Andrew O’Shaughnessy says he can’t afford to worry about his multiple sclerosis (MS).