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Last year
Up All Night: America votes and we'll be following the results as they happen
Control of the House and Senate are at stake in the elections midway during President Biden’s term.
All time
12 differences between going to college in Ireland and going to college in America
Fraternity houses would not work here at all.
14 Instagrams from Taylor Swift's 4th of July party that are totally rubbing it in
Have you noticed more Americans about town? Aer Lingus transatlantic passengers are up
The line could get a lot longer at the Book of Kells.
QUIZ: How well do you know the United States Men's National Team?
Put your knowledge of Ireland’s opponents tonight to the test.
Check out this incredible "freedom tree" in Dublin Airport
Taoiseach back in the US, still sad over Mayo defeat
Enda Kenny is in Philadelphia to promote Ireland.
Obama raises $181 million in September in campaign boost
It was the biggest monthly cash take by Obama in the 2012 presidential race – but how will it compare to Romney’s donations?
Ahead of Obama vs Romney: Top 5 moments from US presidential debates
Obama and Romney will go head to head for the first time in a presidential debate tonight – but here’s 5 stand-out moments from previous presidential races.
In pics: Adorable on the Fourth of July
President Higgins may have competition for the most loveable elderly statesman in the Phoenix Park…
Government: no decision yet on whether Denis O'Brien gets invite to forum
Lucinda Creighton TD had said today that Denis O’Brien should not be invited to the Global Irish Economic Forum due to the findings of the Moriarty Tribunal.
WATCH: the Kennys at the White House
Also starring Joe Biden and a joke about lubricant.
Ding ding! Enda Kenny set to ring opening bell on Wall Street today
The Taoiseach is in the middle of his trip to the US to promote Ireland. Tomorrow he will meet President Obama in the White House for a bilateral meeting.
Joan Burton to visit New York today to tell America that Ireland is great
The trip is the latest in a series of visits to America by senior Irish politicians recently in a bid to promote Ireland’s business and tourism.