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Marion McKeone: Can first presidential debate live up to the hype?

Marion McKeone: Can first presidential debate live up to the hype?

Clinton's experience comes up against Trump's natural TV charisma

Apple: Disgraceful ruling suggests Ireland is being softened up for an EU tax regime

Apple: Disgraceful ruling suggests Ireland is being softened up for an EU tax regime

I carry no candle for multinational capitalists but ...

Comment: Fine Gael’s Michael Lowry links are awkward for the party

Comment: Fine Gael’s Michael Lowry links are awkward for the party

Reality is that minority government needs ex-minister’s support, says Michael Brennan

Podcast: Hillary has battled for 15 months - but still has work to do

Podcast: Hillary has battled for 15 months - but still has work to do

What she achieved this week was only a crack in the enduring glass ceiling, writes Susan O'Keeffe

Comment: The Healy-Raes and the art of illusion

Comment: The Healy-Raes and the art of illusion

Questions for patients rarely have a real impact, writes Michael Brennan

O'Higgins Report: The scandal that just won’t go away

O'Higgins Report: The scandal that just won’t go away

More than two years after it erupted, Gardagate continues to be a thorn in Kenny’s side

OPINION: Any other leader would come under fire from their own party for n-word gaffe

OPINION: Any other leader would come under fire from their own party for n-word gaffe

There is little evidence of Sinn Féin TDs questioning the future of Gerry Adams, writes Hugh O'Connell

Election 2016: Leaders' debate does little to change the big picture

Election 2016: Leaders' debate does little to change the big picture

The election campaign remains deadlocked with no apparent alternative government in sight

We must recognise the right to die

We must recognise the right to die

There are no easy answers in the right-to-die debate, but people experiencing intense suffering deserve certainty.

FG's whip did his leader no favours

FG's whip did his leader no favours

The opposition doesn’t need an invitation to criticise the hubris of the Kenny regime, so why did Paul Kehoe give them one with talk of a third term?

Ten questions, one tycoon, the Dáil and a lot of [REDACTED]

Ten questions, one tycoon, the Dáil and a lot of [REDACTED]

So what’s all this about the things we can’t tell you?

Averil Power's resignation puts spotlight back on FF

Averil Power's resignation puts spotlight back on FF

British Elections: A kingdom far from united

British Elections: A kingdom far from united

It is no longer the Irish question that excites political debate in Britain, it is the Scottish question and the European question

Has the coalition’s recovery sunk beneath the waves?

Has the coalition’s recovery sunk beneath the waves?

Any past misdeeds may be water under the bridge for Sinn Féin, but the government parties are not so easily forgiven – especially for water charges

Will Aer Lingus deal take flight?

Will Aer Lingus deal take flight?

IAG is taking the political temperature on its bid to buy the national carrier, with concessions expected in an effort to help drive the deal through