An appeal by a mother diagnosed with ovarian cancer for all women to take a simple diagnostic blood test, an off duty garda arrested on suspicion of drink driving and the fall-out from Louis Theroux's take on insanity are all part of our evening briefing on the latest and most read content on irishexaminer.com today.
A woman in her 50s who was diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer has urged women from their 20s upwards to get a simple blood test, which can diagnose the potential killer disease.
An off-duty garda has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after the vehicle he was driving rear-ended a garda patrol car which was responding to a roadside breakdown.
Former Ireland rugby player Alan Quinlan lost control of an interview on Sky News yesterday, when son AJ decided he wanted in on the action.
Jose Mourinho had warned his side about being complacent as they close in on their first Premier League title since 2010 but, on this evidence, his words had fallen on deaf ears.
A four-year-old boy died from “devastating” head injuries when an unstable shop mirror fell on him, an inquest heard.
US senator John McCain accused President Barack Obama of throwing a “temper tantrum” over comments by Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, adding to the conflict between the White House and the Republican-dominated Congress over Israel.
The Government is unveiling a new tourism strategy aimed at garnering up to €5bn from 10 million overseas visitors by 2025.
The surging value of the US dollar may be posing the biggest threat to corporate earnings since the 2008 financial crisis, impacting results at most US-based multinationals. Some on Wall St are even talking about an earnings recession.
Irish parents are spending about a quarter of their income on children with some paying up to 40%. But can you imagine saving up for your childcare? Andrea Mara spoke to one mother who said she had no other choice.
When Rebekah Brooks resigned amid the greatest scandal in newspaper history, many thought that would be the end of her. They were wrong, writesSuzanne Harrington.
We’ve seen pints smash in pubs but usually because a rowdy patron bumped off it. This instance is completely different.
This is a sure sign that one of the strongest relationships out there is that of two brothers.
In Louis Theroux’s new BBC documentary series he shows an incredible insight into Ohio’s state psychiatric hospitals. He met patients who have committed crimes – some extremely violent – while in the grip of severe mental health conditions, and have been found not guilty by reason of insanity.
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