Amnesty: Ireland's abortion law treats women like 'criminals'Amnesty: Ireland's abortion law treats women like 'criminals'An Amnesty report says 4,000 women and girls travel from Ireland to other countries for abortions every year.
Ireland sets example on gay marriage: #tellusatodayIreland sets example on gay marriage: #tellusatodayIreland legalized gay marriage last week. It is the first country to do so by referendum.
Hate-spewing 'church' uses wrong flag to protest IrelandHate-spewing 'church' uses wrong flag to protest IrelandThe Westboro Baptist Church reacted to Ireland's same-sex marriage vote with posters that say 'God Hates Ireland' on the flag of the Ivory Coast. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) explains.
Tide turning in Italy over gay marriageTide turning in Italy over gay marriageItalian public opinion has moved decisively in favour of legally recognising same sex couples after Ireland's "Yes" to gay marriage, the first poll issued since the landmark referendum revealed Wednesday. Video provided by AFP
Ireland legalizes gay marriageIreland legalizes gay marriageIrish Sen. Katherine Zappone, left, kisses her partner, Ann Louise Gilligan, as supporters for same-sex marriage wait for the result of the referendum at Dublin Castle.
Ireland's Gay marriage Vote: 'no' campaign concedesIreland's Gay marriage Vote: 'no' campaign concedesIreland saw an "unusually high" voter turnout for a referendum to legalize same-sex marriage across the country. Video provided by Newsy
Will Ireland's marriage vote shake up the Catholic church?Will Ireland's marriage vote shake up the Catholic church?Ireland is about to hold a referendum on whether same-sex marriage should be legal — and the traditionally Catholic stronghold could buck the Church. Video provided by Newsy
Ireland to vote on world's first referendum on gay marriageIreland to vote on world's first referendum on gay marriageIrish voters are preparing to vote on the world's first constitutional referendum on legalizing same-sex marriage. The vote on the Marriage Equality Bill is set for Friday, with results due on Saturday. Irish lawmakers passed the bill in March.
Yes or No? Ireland set for historic referendum on gay marriageYes or No? Ireland set for historic referendum on gay marriageDublin is awash with campaign posters, banners, and murals urging people to vote 'Yes' or 'No', as Ireland gets ready to hold the world's first referendum on same sex marriage on Friday in the traditionally Catholic nation. Video provided by AFP
Crazy outfits at the New York City St. Patrick's Day ParadeCrazy outfits at the New York City St. Patrick's Day ParadeMost parade-goers wore green for Tuesday's St. Patrick's Day Parade in Manhattan, but some attendees took shamrock spirit to the next level!
St Pat's Day Parade VoicesSt Pat's Day Parade VoicesUSA TODAY talks to St. Pat's day parade viewers about LGBT inclusion in the march
Postcard-perfect views of IrelandPostcard-perfect views of IrelandThanks to its irregular coastline, small roads and seemingly endless opportunities for diversion, Ireland has a lot to offer any visitor.
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Ireland's best whiskey distilleriesIreland's best whiskey distilleriesThe beautiful setting is just one of the many reasons to visit Kilbeggan Distillery.
Five myths about IrelandFive myths about IrelandIt's hard to think of any country more bound up in outdated myths.
Voices: Why I'm moving 'home' to IrelandVoices: Why I'm moving 'home' to IrelandI'm 53, and I don't want to live a life of regrets thinking, 'Why didn't I do it?'
Several hard drugs temporarily legal in IrelandSeveral hard drugs temporarily legal in IrelandA loophole in a law in Ireland is causing several drugs like mushrooms and ecstasy to become legal. It will only be temporary as the government tries to fix the mistake. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains. Video provided by Buzz60
The 5 best cities to celebrate St. Patrick's DayThe 5 best cities to celebrate St. Patrick's DayIf you're searching for a perfect destination to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, there are a few cities that go above and beyond. Krystin Goodwin (@krystingoodwin) has the top five places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! Video provided by Buzz60
Breen: Forty shades of greenBreen: Forty shades of greenColumnist Erin Breen writes about the colors of Ireland.
Principal still works to heal 15 years after Columbine shootingsPrincipal still works to heal 15 years after Columbine shootingsFifteen years after the shootings at Columbine High School, Principal Frank DeAngelis still remains to heal wounds.
For Irish interns, social work in Valhalla bridges culturesFor Irish interns, social work in Valhalla bridges culturesThe Irish interns were less interested in comparing the way the two countries handle special-needs populations than in pointing out the differences they've seen.
Color fuels passion for paintingColor fuels passion for paintingEditor’s note: Portrait of the Artist is a regular feature in Enjoy! that spotlights artists with exhibits in the Hud...
An artful thank youAn artful thank youSurrounded by breathtaking art and light-filled windows, Coleman Woodson III added his musical touch to the special a...
Breen: Passport, check. Tickets, check. Ashes, check.Breen: Passport, check. Tickets, check. Ashes, check.Columnist Erin Breen takes a trip to Ireland.
US the only developed country executing peopleUS the only developed country executing peopleBelgium had its last execution in 1863; Switzerland in 1874; Sweden in 1921; Ireland in 1944; West Germany in 1949; and England in 1955.
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Ireland's Wedding-Singer Priest An Internet HitIreland's Wedding-Singer Priest An Internet HitAn Irish priest has become a social-media sensation after he surprised a bride and groom by singing a custom-made cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" at their wedding.
Pearl River man, 79, killed by bus 'taken from us way too soon'Pearl River man, 79, killed by bus 'taken from us way too soon'James Kennedy was hit by a Rockland Coaches bus while crossing the street at North Middletown Road and East Central Avenue
Irish leader guest of queen on state visit to UKIrish leader guest of queen on state visit to UKIreland's president is being feted by Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle, on a state visit heavy with symbolism for two countries with a tangled and troubled history.