Gardaí appeal for information after body found in burnt out car in Cork
The largest-ever study into online abuse against women has discovered black women and female journalists are the primary targets of abusive tweets.
Leader Jeremy Corbyn is seeking to challenge the British Prime Minister’s authority over Brexit.
The Red Devils are looking for a fourth permanent manager since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.
Europe, recently the bastion of democracy at work, has seen some of its capital cities burn and member states vote to leave. It must now show unity, writes Richard N Haass.
From the Belfast rape trial to the historic referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment, to the shocking CervicalCheck scandal and concerted interventions to address the gender pay gap, 2018 has been quite the roller coaster when it comes to women’s advancement, writes Political Correspondent Elaine Loughlin
2018 has been the best year ever for Irish tourism, according to Tourism Ireland's end-of-year figures.
Stan Lee’s death cast a shadow over the comic-book world, but 2018 also had plenty of positive aspects, writes Don O’Mahony.
At the Tony Awards in June, De Niro issued a foul-mouthed message to the president.
Griffin was handed a certificate for his efforts.