The long-awaited report by Robert Mueller into alleged Russian ties to Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign is complete - and it’s already being dismissed as a damp squib
The Taoiseach’s second St Patrick’s Day visit to the US went as well as could have been expected as he negotiated a tricky meeting with the president, had breakfast with a renowned homophobe and avoided making any gaffes of his own
The love affair has cooled. The honeymoon is over. Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have had their fi...
Over the past 14 years, the US-Ireland Alliance’s annual Oscar Wilde Awards gathering has become a can’t-miss event in Oscars week, attracting everyone from Steven Spielberg to Elon Musk
The decision by Amazon to pull out of locating part of its HQ in New York is the latest upheaval in the life of its founder Jeff Bezos. Currently mired in a scandal over intimate pictures of himself and his mistress, the mogul claims he’s the victim of score-settling by the National Enquirer
OxyContin was once hailed as a miracle drug for pain relief. But in recent times, it has become synonymous with the opioid epidemic that has killed tens of thousands of people in the US. And now the family of billionaires who created it are under legal scrutiny like never before
Democrats are hopeful that Kamala Harris is the type of modern candidate who can overturn the Republican juggernaut, but right-wing rivals are making much of her previous relationships, while left-wing critics question her links to powerful institutions and whether she is the right person to represent ordinary people
Visual artist Trina McKillen’s childhood in west Belfast ensured she would have a deep attachment to the Catholic Church. Her own mother’s feeling of betrayal in the face of the child abuse revelations compelled her to explore that darkness, pain and ambiguity in her work. Her new installation Confess is provoking sorrowful and profound reactions in the US, writes Marion McKeone