Leo Varadkar will have to use all his charm and political know-how in Washington over the next two days if he is to ensure ongoing friendly relations with the Trump administration.
President Trump’s trade war with the EU took centre stage in Washington on Wednesday at the first of the week’s St Patrick’s celebrations.
Michael Loftus has been appointed as Vice President for External Affairs at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT).
AmCham Transatlantic Conference 2020 on Thursday, March 5, in Croke Park, will bring together the leading voices of the Transatlantic business relationship
Bernie Sanders' grandson's caused a stir among Ireland football fans after turning up to a campaign rally in a Republic of Ireland jersey.
The first fully automated farming robot that uses a deep learning neural network to map its way around weeds and crops, and carefully drop a precise amount of herbicide directly onto the weed, without touching the crop or soil.
Latest: Outgoing Fine Gael TD Dara Murphy has insisted he has “been compliant” with Leinster House rules about his attendance at all times.
Good news for Egg McMuffin lovers.
The Party's Ard Fheis is taking place this weekend in Derry.
Regulations on alcohol advertising need to go beyond where they are displayed, and tackle the content of the ads themselves, according to an advocacy group.
“My mum said, ‘Why would you go to a manufacturing plant where you’re the only woman?’”
The Health Minister has described as “personalised” and “ageist” criticism levelled at him by hospital consultants that he does not have the authority or experience to deliver timely care for patients.
If US intelligence agencies do not toe Donald Trump’s line, they will become public enemy number one for his base, says Kent Harrington
Shane Ross might not be the only one still holding out for ‘root and branch’ reform of the FAI.
The Donald Trump owned Trump Doonbeg resort in Co Clare was paid over €107,000 to provide food to Gardaí deployed around west Clare to protect the US President during his two-night June visit.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has defended the €18m cost of providing security for the recent visits of US president Donald Trump and vice president Mike Pence, saying “it’s worth it”.
A powerful House of Representatives Committee will examine the decision to stay at Trump International Hotel, 180 miles away from the Vice President's official business in Dublin.
That adage, out of sight, out of mind, can be as much an admonishment as a recognition that something once pressing may have receded from the frontline of public consciousness.
So, it is finally happening.
“Today was a both a celebration of who we are in Ireland now"
US vice president Mike Pence has firmly put his support behind Boris Johnson calling on Ireland and the EU to "negotiate in good faith" on Brexit.
US Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Ireland next month on behalf of President Donald Trump, the White House has confirmed.
Mr Pence was invited to Ireland by the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in March during a St Patrick’s Day event in the US.
18-year-old Fionn Ferreira, from Ballydehob, was one of 24 global finalists and he claimed the $50,000 (€44,865) bursary prize.
Boris Johnson’s failure to contact the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar since becoming British Prime Minister has been branded “highly discourteous” by Sinn Féin.
The new Vice President of the FAI, Paul Cooke, has said that he believes the Association is “genuinely on the road to reform”.
Donal Conway has been re-elected as President of the Football Association of Ireland at its AGM in Co. Meath.
A social media campaign being launched today by hospital consultants highlights the increasing waiting times for outpatient appointments.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock has announced his is running for US president, becoming the 22nd Democrat Party challenger to Donald Trump.
The pharmaceutical company is to invest €65m in its operations in Ireland.
They were certainly disagreeing with each other, but that wasn’t why two of the women spoke louder and with more precise diction than the norm in a half-filled railway carriage.
Venezuela's vice president is visiting Russia, seeking stronger ties with Moscow amid mounting pressure from the United States.
China's slowing growth, Brexit woes and US-China trade disputes pose risks to the world economy, Japan's prime minister has said.
The president tweeted that he had said ‘bye-bye’ after his opponents said they would not fund his border wall.
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Nearly two years after leaving the White House, former President Barack Obama is set to return to the US political landscape.
People are entitled to expect that the things they buy are safe.
The North did not invite international inspectors to the ceremony, which limits its value as a serious concession.
The Department of Homeland Security’s ‘media monitoring’ database could have a more sinister purpose — especially in the ever evolving era of social media, says Matt Laslo
Latest: Mike Pence has told Leo Varadkar his partner, Matthew Barrett, would be welcome in his home next year.
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LGBT rights will be on the agenda as the Taoiseach meets with US Vice President Mike Pence this morning.
When Leo Varadkar sits down with Donald Trump in the White House today he either can smile and nod or he can take the opportunity to raise important but difficult issues such as LGBT rights.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will “congratulate” President Donald Trump on bringing America’s tax regime closer to the Irish system when he meets him today.
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