Opinion: Eurozone crisis will bring down governments
Leaders of Ireland, Portugal, Spain and Italy will be clinging to power in 2011.
Europe's Copts on high alert after church bombing
Faraway fears after Egypt attack kills 23 worshipers.
Snow-bound Ireland faces water shortage
Rapid freezing and warming cracks antiquated Irish pipes.
Top 10 stories of 2010
From WikiLeaks and the Afghanistan War to volcanos and earthquakes, 2010 had them all.
Many travelers in Europe cancel Christmas
Heathrow closes its doors; travelers demand answers; Madonna and entourage get red carpet treatment.
Ireland discovers snow tires
Coldest December leaves Irish drivers slipping and sliding.
Will abortion ruling slow Irish exodus?
European Court of Human Rights ruling will force Ireland to reconsider its abortion laws.
The euro crisis, explained
History of European integration explains why single currency is in current troubled state.
Book review: Northern Ireland’s peacetime collusion
A novel brings a new understanding to Northern Ireland's violence.
The Irish receive their sentence
Cuts span the minimum wage to top government salaries; corporations spared a tax hike.
Irish angry with their own over bailout
Ireland's government, bankers take heat over IMF and EU loans.
Portugal on the brink of needing a bailout
Europe's debt contagion could spread from Ireland to Portugal — and then Spain.
Britain can't escape the euro crisis
Analysis: Despite opting out of monetary union, the British help bailout the Irish.
Ireland: locked in calamity
Financial austerity measures will radically restructure Irish life.
Irish government asks, "Bailout? What bailout?"
Ireland reacts with horror and humor to the prospect of aid from old arch-enemy Britain.
Ireland: teetering on the edge of existence
Experts argue that Ireland will need a bailout from other members of the eurozone.
Ireland slowly locates its "disappeared"
The body of a man killed by the IRA in 1973 is found buried on a beach.
Ireland's ghost stations
A new tram line to nowhere.
Giving more than the "Giving Pledge"
Former billionaire Chuck Feeney says the Gates/Buffett effort doesn't go far enough.
Long-lost painting found on eBay
Scholar spots "The Battle of Aughrim" in unrelated search results on the auction site.
Ireland: At economic "ground zero"
The Irish government has finally revealed the full cost of the Celtic Tiger years.
Workers once again flee Ireland
After two decades of population growth, economic despair forces Irish to emigrate.
Bringing future US leaders to Ireland
Taking cue from Rhodes scholarships to Oxford, Mitchell program opens door to Irish universities.
Patrick Ireland, back from the grave
The artist Brian O'Doherty reflects on the Bloody Sunday report.
A college for the worldly student with big plans
The international make-up of the College of Europe represents a world of possibility.
Siberia: Not so remote after all
Essay: A lot changes in 20 years, even in a place like Siberia.
Ireland: Priest's role in deadly bombing revealed
A conspiracy involving a Catholic priest responsible for an IRA bombing is uncovered.
Ireland marriages: To have and to hold EU citizenship
One in 10 marriages in Ireland today are shams made to help foreigners gain EU citizenship.
Car bombers again stalk Belfast
A new breed of anti-British republicans is acting to reignite tensions in Northern Ireland.
Ireland's new highway
Ireland's road to the future
A symbolic new freeway unites Northern Ireland with the Republic of Ireland.