The New York Times homepage from earlier today was dominated by Ireland’s same-sex marriage referendum result.

(...) more liberal, secular society. Gay rights campaigners said the pro-same sex marriage message from(...)

 Paddy Butler scores Munster’s  third try in the Guinness Pro 12 play-off at  Thomond Park. Photo:   Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Stander, the outstanding David Kilcoyne and Paddy Butler, as Munster generally took a more direct route as(...)

Munster’s Paul O’Connell salutes the crowd after the Guinness Pro 12 semi-final at  Thomond Park. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

(...) system error. It’s probably a few chats and a bit more organisation and communication and better decision(...)

On Friday, Ireland stopped being afraid of itself. The No campaign was all about fear — the fear that change could have only one vehicle (the handcart) and one destination (hell). And this time, it didn’t work. 0:37

(...) families.It looks like a victory for Liberal Ireland over Conservative Ireland. But it’s much more(...)

There have been  mutterings about a challenge to Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin should the party not win the Carlow Kilkenny byelection. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times 2:05

(...). For the candidate it can sound less a reality, more an epitaph. This is the seventh byelection since(...)

Director of elections Simon Coveney: “People recognised that Ireland needed to change.” Photograph: EPA

(...) government minister, a broadcaster.“More importantly, the ordinary person took the courage to have that(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin with Mirian Daegli and Diego Cerbo. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography.

(...) change our constitution but I think the more you continue to engage with people on these issues, the(...)

(...) reactions:“Something has been awakened in the Irish people . . . it was not just a referendum it was more(...)

There is almost nothing between the Yes and No sides in the same sex marriage referendum in Donegal South West.

In Donegal North East the Yes side claimed more than 52 per cent of the ballots (...)

Crowds await as votes are counted at Dublin Castle in the Same-sex Marriage Referendum at Dublin Castle, May 23rd, 2015. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

(...). The turnout was 68.77 per cent, of an electorate of 94,275. More to follow...