Prince George meets US President Barack Obama  at Kensington Palace in London on April 22nd, 2016. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Barack Obama poked fun at Prince George, Donald Trump and himself during his speech at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday. Hi speec(...)

President Barack Obama speaks at the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in  Washington on Saturday. Photograph: AP

President Barack Obama poked fun at Hillary Clinton’s lack of appeal among young people Saturday night, joking at the annual White House press corps d(...)

Tubridy sitting beneath a smock as Margaret Curran applies his make-up. “This is one of my least favourite things,”

It’s Friday morning, on April 22nd, and Ryan Tubridy is looking at his suits and ties. There’s a row of them, amid racks of more outlandish costumes (...)

Census 2016: The recent social media campaign which urged people to tick ‘No religion’, failed to understand that views on religion are not black and white.  Picture Nick Bradshaw

‘It’s complicated’ is a Facebook relationship status, denoting anything from a relationship on the rocks to one that doesn’t fit standard parameters, (...)

Tiernán Archer has not been since since Thursday morning.

Gardaí and members of the public are searching for a missing 19-year-old Galway student who has not been seen since Thursday morning. Tiernán Archer(...)

 Twitter: year-on-year revenue growth from large brand advertisers had been “softer than expected”. Photograph:  REUTERS/Regis Duvignau

When Twitter introduced its video advertising product First View in the US earlier this year, it did so with this endorsement from a marketer at 20th (...)

 Japanese stocks tumbled and the yen surged  after the central bank dashed investors’ hopes for more stimulus, leading to declines in most other world benchmarks after the Fed left interest rates unchanged. Photograph: AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi

The yen surged on Thursday after the Bank of Japan surprised markets by declining to boost its stimulus, battering Japanese stocks and briefly weighi(...)

Ken Livingstone, who has been suspended from the Labour Party for comments made while defending Naz Shah – the suspended Labour MP – leaves Milbank Studios in London. Photograph: Rob Stothard/Getty Images

Labour has suspended former London mayor Ken Livingstone from the party after he said that Adolf Hitler had supported Zionism before he murdered six (...)

Facebook, which owns Whatsapp, plans to keep investing in its platform over the coming three years. Image: Reuters

It is the latest in a string of positive results that have sent stock higher and erased memories about the initial hiccups following the company’s flo(...)

News Feed: promises to be more diverse

It’s that time of the year again, when Facebook tweaks its News Feed algorithm. This new tweak promises more relevant stories based on two significant(...)