Oscar-winning actress Mo'nique is suing Netflix for alleged race and gender discrimination.
British prime minister Johnson’s fixation on a no-deal exit from the European Union is without justification. Brexiteers claim a trade relationship with the US will redefine trade for the world in the 21st century.
A senior US politician has warned that lawmakers could block a future US-UK trade deal if the Good Friday Agreement is undermined.
Despite Donald Trump’s by now familiar bluster in the face of opposition to his plans, House speaker Nancy Pelosi stood firm — and won, writes Elizabeth Drew
Republicans aren’t preparing for another shutdown because they don’t want to believe that one is possible — but that’s what they thought last time too, says Ramesh Ponnuru.
The president tweeted that he had said ‘bye-bye’ after his opponents said they would not fund his border wall.
President Donald Trump has again threatened to end required payments to insurance companies unless lawmakers repeal and replace the Obama-era healthcare law.
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The US senate passed legislation that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia, rejecting the fierce objections of a US ally and setting congress on a collision course with the Obama administration.
On a recent visit to Iraq, Maeve Higgins realised how important comedy is to people in difficult situations, writes Ellie O’Byrne
GOT a teenage daughter/family member/friend who’s starting to show an interest in feminism? Or, in fact, one who isn’t?
DANIEL CRAIG has said there is one thing that leaves him shaken and stirred – fans taking pictures of him when he’s trying to relax with a quiet drink.
Despite being renowned for championing women in comedy, Judd Apatow says his venture with Amy Schumer was down to the fact that she’s just a funny person, writes Keeley Bolger
Opening in Berlin in 1963, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (12A) pits CIA agent Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill) against the KGB’s Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer) as Solo exfiltrates Gaby (Alicia Vikander) from East to West Berlin.
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Comedian and actress Amy Schumer seems to be having a great time in Dublin in the lead up to the premiere of her film Trainwreck tonight.
US President Barack Obama’s hopes of preserving the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers were dealt a setback when Chuck Schumer, a top Democrat in the US Senate, said he would the oppose the agreement.
Adam Sandler faces off against the all new Men from UNCLE in cinemas this week - who will emerge triumphant? Probably Donkey Kong...
Amy Schumer’s mainstream appeal is about to be tested with her feature debut, “Trainwreck”. Ahead of her red carpet appearance in Dublin this week, the comedian gives Melena Ryzik some interview time.
With female comedians taking centre stage, it’s like women have finally crossed a frontier that eluded them for generations, says Ed Power.
A US senator has been criticised for encouraging the CEO of Bausch + Lomb’s parent company to move the 1,100-plus Waterford-based jobs to New York.
A bill to overhaul the US immigration system would likely be completed by the end of this week, senators said yesterday.
TWO Republican senators introduced another new bill aimed at assisting Irish people who wish to acquire US working visas in Washington DC yesterday.
A US SENATOR will introduce an immigration bill in Washington DC today which would allow up to 10,000 Irish a year to live in America on work visas — but not green cards.
A US senator today demanded the return of the Lockerbie bomber to prison in Scotland.
The United Nations is a disaster waiting to happen – a potential towering inferno that could be as devastating for workers, staff and visitors as the terror attacks on the World Trade Center’s twin towers, a US senator has said.
The prospect of higher energy prices should not stop the world from imposing sanctions against oil-rich Iran, US senators said.
THE White House yesterday said President Bush is confident Harriet Miers will be confirmed to the Supreme Court, even though a Democrat on the Senate panel that will hold hearings on her nomination said she doesn’t have the votes.
The antibiotic Cipro has gone from relative obscurity to part of America’s new vocabulary in less than two weeks.
Stopping just short of accusing Microsoft of stalling, the US Justice Department asked an appeals court to deny the company’s request to re-examine whether the software maker illegally mixed software code for two products.
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