The guided-missile destroyer USS Arleigh Burke launches Tomahawk Land-Attack Missiles against ISIL targets. Video: US Navy
The inaugural British Speedgolf Championship dares golfers to keep their cool on the course as they race against the clock. Video: Reuters
A CBS San Francisco report on an apartment in San Francisco that was allegedly trashed by J1 students from Ireland. Video: KPIX/CBS San Francisco
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley admits that his team are the slight favourites but Tom Watson wants to redeem the United States' shock defeat in the previous Ryder Cup in 2012. Video: Reuters
Amnesty International says dozens of Chinese firms are producing and exporting "tools of torture" to countries with bad human rights records. Video: Reuters
17-year-old Lucas Cross came out to his school principal as trans a few weeks ago and put his new name on the school register. Here, Lucas and his mother Catherine talk about coming out, changing names and suiting up for the debs. Video: Kathleen Harris
A new television channel dedicated to broadcasting Oireachtas proceedings to 1.1 million Irish homes was launched today, September 22nd. Mary Minihan asks whether this public exposure will force deputies and senators to up their game.
Money can't buy true love but it can certainly buy the paper it's written on, as the marriage contract between Napoleon Bonaparte and his wife Josephine sold for 437,500 euros at an auction on Sunday. Video: Reuters
The aar maker has produced a sports car with looks to rival an Italian supercar. Video: Ian Beatty
Celebrity chef Catherine Fulvio shows how good food can be healthy food during a cookery demonstration in Portlaoise.
Two cheetah cubs being hand raised by animal care staff at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park are receiving around-the-clock care and bottle feedings at the Park's Animal Care Centre. Video: Reuters
Dunmore East RNLI helped to rescue a cow yesterday afternoon after she had fallen over a cliff and was stranded at the bottom close to rocks under Creadon Head. Video: RNLI
More than 500 employees dressed in full Batman costumes gathered outside the headquarters of oil and gas company, Nexen, to raise money for charity and break a world record in the process. Video: Reuters
Amateur video shows a man running toward the White House after jumping over the fence, sparking an evacuation within the complex. Video: Reuters
Dara O Briain talks comfort eating, technology and good advice as he answers 10 Questions for the Irish Times. Video: Darragh Bambrick
Dominique McMullan heads down to Spirit of Folk festival, to take part in everything the last festival of the summer has to offer. Video: Daniel O'Connor
The Irish Times bring culture onto the streets and basements of Merrion Square in Dublin for Culture Night.
31 metered parking spaces were transformed into temporary public parks today, September 19th on PARK(ing) Day, an annual worldwide event that aims to call attention to the need for more urban open space.
Ties between the West of Ireland and the Boston area deepened today as the newly elected Mayor of the most Irish city in the US, Marty Walsh, began his Irish 'homecoming' with a business breakfast at Shannon Airoprt. Video: Ballywire
Swans a-swimming and elephants a-naming. Animal action and more in a week of Irish Times Photographs. Video: Niamh Guckian
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Australian Jack Cooksey waited in line overnight to be the first person to buy the new iPhone 6 in Perth today, only to drop it as he opened the box while being interviewed by Channel 9 reporter, Liza Fernandez. Video: Reuters
British Prime Minister David Cameron says the question of Scottish independence had been settled "for a generation" after what he calls a clear vote by Scots to stay part of the United Kingdom. Video: Reuters
Scottish nationalist leader Alex Salmond concedes defeat over his bid to win independence and demands the British government rapidly meet its promise of more powers for Edinburgh. Video: Reuters
There were tears of joy at the 'No' campaign headquarters in Glasgow as final results showed Scottish voters rejected independence. Results showed support for the union had now exceeded 50 percent of the turnout. Video: Reuters
There was short-lived victory for Yes Scotland in Dundee, who voted in favour of independence by a margin of more than 13,000. Video: Colm Keena
'Connected', a ground-breaking programme on RTÉ 2, will attempt to put the real into reality TV this autumn. Conor Pope talks to series producer Rónán Ó Muirthile.
Lilly Higgins’s new food column shows you how to make a quick, delicious Friday-night meal with just five ingredients (and a couple from the store cupboard). This week, it's minty courgette pasta. Video: Kathleen Harris
Colm keena was at a polling station in Dundee as Scotland casts its vote. Video: Colm Keena
Latest Quarterly National Accounts show the economy expanded by 7.7 per cent in GDP terms in the year to the end of June.
Leader of the 'Better Together' referendum campaign, Alistair Darling, casts his vote in a historic poll that may see Scotland go it alone as an independent country. Video: Reuters
The song 'Cedarwood Road' on U2's new album was inspired by Bono's childhood address. He grew up in Number 10, and current occupant Tom Ryan provides a warm welcome to curious visitors. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Colm Keena has been out and about on the streets of Dundee, taking the temperature on what Alex Salmond is calling 'the most exciting day in democracy.' Video: Colm Keena
Colombia's female cyclist team has given a press conference about their controversial uniforms. The team told media that their nude-looking uniform was not intended to appear that way, but that they will continue to wear it. Video: Reuters
On September 20th, 1914 the Irish Parliamentary Party leader John Redmond made a speech at Woodenbridge, Co Wicklow. It was recreated at the Parnell Summer School. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Independent Senator Rónán Mullen calls on the Government to establish female-only and family-only reception centres and grant the right to seek employment. Legislation to change Ireland's direct provision system was proposed today, September 17th.
A Canadian tourist has caught the moment he was held up at gunpoint while cycling around Buenos Aires, Argentina. Video: Mike Graziano
Guillame Cousson of Riuchi performs 'The Tale of the Ancient Lights' . The show mixing circus, magic, dance and led lighting technology runs at the Project Arts Centre from Sep 16 -20 as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Colm Keena meets Mike Strachan, a Dundee businessman who has taken time out of his job to dedicate himself to the Yes campaign. Video: Colm Keena
Whyte’s auction of collectibles next Saturday in Dublin includes a vast and eclectic array of bits and bobs, including vintage film and travel posters, advertising memorabilia, militaria, sporting memorabilia,coins and banknotes. Video: Bryan O'Brien