Father Michael O’Leary (50). Photograph: Westchester County Police Department

A Catholic priest on bail pending his trial on drug charges in the United States is not prevented from travelling to Ireland to give evidence in a dis(...)

Ryanair pilots picket outside Dublin Airport in July. The airline faces a US legal case taken by shareholders in relationa to its industrial relations woes earlier in the year

Ryanair faces a US legal case taken by shareholders claiming the airline made “false and misleading statements” about its industrial relations woes ea(...)

“Contrary to these invented claims, Ryanair has experienced very little industrial action this year from its staff,” the airline argues. Photograph: Yves Herman/File Photo/Reuters

US shareholders are suing Ryanair and chief executive Michael O’Leary for making “false and misleading statements” about the airline’s industrial rela(...)

Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg listens to US President Donald Trump during a meeting in the Cabinet Room at the White House. Photograph: Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images

US president Donald Trump sought to reassure North Korea about US intentions on Thursday as he said that the “Libya model” of denuclearisation propose(...)

 Adult film actress Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels, and US president Donald Trump:  Mr Trump  previously denied knowing anything about a payment. Photographs: Brendan McDermid/Joshua Roberts/Reuters

Donald Trump’s alleged liaison with a pornography film star faces renewed scrutiny after the US president confirmed that he knew about a payment made (...)

 Gary Lineker will front Friday’s World Cup draw. Photograph: Ian Walton/Getty Images

As the days ticked down you kept thinking he might still have something up his sleeve. Maybe this is a brilliantly orchestrated inside job. Maybe half(...)

Pacnet recently asked a New York court to hold $5.2 million in client funds

Irish Canadian payments processor Pacnet says it is working to ensure clients can access their cash following the lifting of sanctions against it by U(...)

More than 120 people, 20 of them in the Republic, lost their jobs as Pacnet was forced out of business.

Irish-Canadian payments processor Pacnet says US authorities wiped out its business by wrongfully claiming that the company was laundering money from (...)

File Photo Bank of Ireland said today thatÊcustomers will soon no longer be able to withdraw less than 700 euro or lodge less than 3,000 euro at the counter in some of its branches.ÊInstead, customers will have to use ATMs or electronic banking. 21/11/2008. Banks Crisis. The Bank of Ireland has reported that it has had 'unsolicited approaches' from a number of parties interested in investing in the bank. Photo: Mark Stedman/RollingNews.ie

The Central Bank has forced Bank of Ireland to include an additional 6,000 customers in its tracker mortgage compensation scheme. The extra customers (...)