Europe reacts to spreading ash cloud
As flights are canceled from Ireland to France and beyond, Europeans learn a lot about volcanoes.
The priest sex abuse scandal is closing in on the pope
Opinion: He needs to stop blaming the media for the failings of his own leadership and his own church.
Bicycles help green Ireland's capital
A free bike scheme and a bike-to-work program have encouraged cycling in Dublin.
Global economy: grease is the word
Is manufacturing leading to global recovery? Here's the dirty truth.
Irish city lifts Good Friday drinking ban
Are open Limerick bars a sign of the Catholic Church's diminishing authority?
Irish housing bubble leaves ghosts
Ireland's bust leaves ghost houses and zombie hotels
300,000 homes lie empty in Ireland and hotel rates have plummeted.
Italian police anticipate Vatican unrest
Authorities detain four Americans protesting the "cover-up" of sexual abuse by priests.
Ireland greets pope's apology with skepticism
Mainstream Catholics call the pope's analysis flawed.
On St Patrick’s Day, Ireland fights for its image
Ireland's traveling government ministers hope to counter the Hollywood portrayal of their country.
Is the pope his brother's keeper?
Benedict XVI reeling from fallout of a growing priest abuse scandal in Germany that involves his brother.
Scholars make 9,000 corrections to James Joyce classic
Does the new edition of "Finnegans Wake" express or distort the author's intention?
How a dentist helped disarm Northern Ireland
Martin McAleese, the husband of the Irish president, helped open doors for Pro-British loyalists.
In Ireland pigs are back in fashion
Unemployment has led to a surge in tasty backyard porkers.
Opinion: Greek debt crisis a hazard for EU
Should Germany and the EU bail out Greece? It poses serious questions.
Robinson: Northern Ireland agreement means "politics is working"
Irish and British prime ministers gather with Northern Ireland leaders to celebrate new agreement.
Irish still give Obama a green light
Obama, with an assist from Hillary Clinton, has kept Ireland happy during his first year in office.
A real-life Mrs. Robinson
The consequences of the sex scandal involving Iris Robinson, conservative politician and now-infamous cougar, hinge on the question of policing.
Snowy Ireland runs out of salt, but not broken bones
Ireland has been gripped by its longest cold spell since 1963.
Irish debate disclosure of minister's cancer
The public disclosure of Brian Lenihan's cancer diagnosis caused outrage in Ireland.
Two more bishops resign in Irish church scandal
Christmas marred by civil war within Catholic hierarchy.
Christmas: A tree grows in St. Peter's Square
The Vatican's annual Christmas tree tradition caps a difficult year for the Catholic Church.
Polar bears face stark odds, says bookmaker Paddy Power PLC
Paddy Power PLC bets against polar bears, white Christmas.
Ireland suffers savage budget cuts to stay afloat
Less pay for everyone, from the prime minister to the cop on the beat.
Report: Police and clergy protected pedophile priests
A New report on clerical abuse from 1975 to 2004 details the cover-up of abuse allegations.
Ireland inundated by record rainfall
Experts say climate change should not be blamed.
Outraged Ireland demands a replay
A French hand ball puts Ireland out of the World Cup.
Ireland reconsiders how it honors WWI veterans
Until recently, Ireland had not commemorated its dead who fought in the British army.
Outrage packs a Dublin concert hall
The audience was ready to cheer Ireland's "Four Angry Men."
Irish pols protest proposed drunk-driving limits
The proposed 0.05 percent BAC would only cover one pint of Guinness.
The Abbey Theatre's big move
A new government proposal would move the storied theater to the historic General Post Office.