EVENING BULLETIN: Catch up on what made the headlines today

Here's your evening update.


IRELAND: The Tánaiste and Minister for Justice has broken her silence around the allegations against Garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe.

IRELAND: SIPTU members in Dublin Bus and Irish Rail will act in “solidarity with their colleagues in Bus Éireann”, the union has indicated.

IRELAND: Temperatures are set to plummet as low as -3 tonight as cloud cover clears across the country.

WORLD: US President Donald Trump says he has "no doubt" that he will prevail in the federal court case over his travel ban.

WORLD: The suspect in last week's machete attack at the Louvre Museum is facing [url=http://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/world/louvre-attack-suspect-facing-attempted-murder-charges-776551.html?utm_source=EveningBriefing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Evening%20Briefing]preliminary charges of attempted murder[/ur] and association with a terrorist organization, the Paris prosecutor's office said.

SPORT: Ireland captain Rory Best has sat out the Captain's run in Rome ahead of tomorrow's Six Nations clash with Italy.


SHOWBIZ: Irish comedian Joanne McNally is being applauded for her honest and genuine interview on the Tommy Tiernan show last night.

VIRAL: Thousands of people following the saga of Cork Airport's lost teddy bear will be delighted to learn he's soon to be reunited with his little owner.

VIRAL: Moving home with kids in tow proved stressful and, to be frank, emotional. But not at all in the ways Jonathan deBurca Butler expected. Here he shares some of that journey.


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