Chris Dooley

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Voters gather  during midnight voting as part of the first ballots cast in the US election in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire,  a village of 12 residents. Photograph: JOSEPH PREZIOSO/AFP via Getty Images

The mood is one of anxious trepidation in Washington DC as Americans go to the polls today in what is effectively a referendum on Donald Trump. On th(...)

 Democratic presidential candidate former vice president Joe Biden answers a question as US president Donald Trump listens during the second and final presidential debate at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday. Photograph: Morry Gash-Pool/Getty Images

With 11 days to go until election day, the two presidential candidates met for the second and final time on the debate stage last night in Nashville. (...)

President Donald Trump during a town-hall-style event hosted by NBC News at the Pérez Art Museum Miami. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Greetings from Miami where I have been on the campaign trail with Roberto, a volunteer with the local Democratic party. Florida promises to be one of (...)

US president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. File photographs:  AFP Photo/KCNA/Getty

World View is a weekly foreign affairs podcast from The Irish Times. Subscribe on Android, on Apple Podcasts, on Stitcher or on Soundcloud. President(...)

A member loyal to Islamic State waves a flag in Raqqa in 2014. FIle photograph: Reuters

‘World View’ is a weekly foreign affairs podcast from ‘The Irish Times’. Subscribe on Android, on Apple Podcasts, on Stitcher or on Soundcloud. Is Is(...)

‘ I think Trump’s trying out different things on the North Korean leader. He’s trying to out-crazy him.’ Photograph: Getty Images

Maureen Dowd, whose political column for The New York Times is syndicated every Monday in The Irish Times, talked to foreign editor Chris Dooley about(...)

Stock image of a young reporter at work. “Back in no-low-fares, no-internet 1990, being on the Paris-based Journalists in Europe (JE) programme was like stepping into another world; or, perhaps more precisely, just stepping into the world.” File photograph: iStockPhoto/Getty

It was idealistic, fun, paid for by others, and it involved travel – lots of travel. Even today it would be a young journalist’s dream. But back in n(...)

Children from the Rainbow Drama School commemorate the children who died in the Rising, one of many events in St Stephen’s Green, Dublin. Photograph:  Maxwells

The Reflecting the Rising Easter Monday event was billed as the biggest public event in Irish history and it was already a success before it even sta(...)

Ruby Walsh celebrates onboard Annie Power after winning the Stan James Champion Hurdle Challenge trophy at Cheltenham yesterday: Photograph: Dylan Martinez/Reuters

It was always going to be an emotional opening day once Annie Power cleared the last in the Champion Hurdle and charged up the famous hill in front. (...)

William Thomas Cosgrave (1880-1965), Irish politician, at the time of the fights for independence. Photograph: Getty Images

Six months to the Rising, to that defining moment in our history. And in an Ireland preoccupied with the first World War, there were, in truth, few si(...)

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