So that’s Thursday 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.
Julian Assange was branded a “narcissist” by a judge as he faced court after struggling with police as he was dragged from the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
The prosecution case against farmer Patrick Quirke, who denies murdering his love rival Bobby 'Mr Moonlight' Ryan, is "forensically barren" but calls on the support of the jury's common sense, lawyers for the State have said.
Gardaí have insisted a taxi driver who admitted sexually assaulting three passengers has had his licence revoked.
Theresa May is facing British politicians after the EU offered the UK a six-month Brexit delay, pushing the withdrawal date to Halloween.
Rents, mortgage payments and utility bills saw the biggest hikes for consumers in March as annual inflation rose above 1% for the first time in six years, according to the CSO.
Former Republic of Ireland international Niall Quinn has said he was embarrassed by the FAI's response to politicians' questions at an Oireachtas committee meeting yesterday.
The FAI may feel that Wednesday's Oireachtas Committee appearance was a victory, but the questions that remain will prove to be an own goal in time if they are not answered. Here are the issues that remain, despite the lengthy exchanges in Committee Room 4 of Leinster House.
Mick Jagger has shared an image of himself out and about after undergoing heart surgery.
Ciara McDonnell rounds up the best events and activities for children and families this Easter.
The FAI’s largest sponsor has issued a warning over the association’s corporate governance amid controversy over its finances.