Irish voters will decide abortion rights for women in a predominantly Catholic country.
Maureen Ui Fhearraigh casts her ballot paper as voting takes place a day earlier than on the mainland, on May 24th, 2018, in Gola Island, Ireland.
Recent diplomatic maneuvers show that the country is ready to make securing positive relations with the E.U.-skeptical Trump administration a priority.
As deportation arrests soar under the Trump administration, Irish immigrants are feeling the pressure to leave the U.S.
While investor Bill Miller's recent $75 million university endowment for philosophy astonished Americans, Ireland has gone one step further: introducing the subject to high school students.
Right-wing activists hope that photos of kids with Down syndrome will keep Ireland from legalizing abortion.
The small nation has big plans to take on a new role within Europe and soften the blow of Britain's defection from the E.U.
When one cultural tradition evolves, borrowing and melding with other cultural traditions, it increasingly belongs to everyone.
Why so many people—an average of 10 every hour—are fleeing the Emerald Isle.
Nearly a century ago, during the Great Migration, less-educated individuals were the ones who left home in search of better lives. The opposite is true today, with the educated more mobile than ever before, leaving some places in a spiral of decline.