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Lord Mayor of Dublin Naoise O Muiri. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Dublin and Guadalajara will become technology twins under plans revealed by Lord Mayor Naoise Ó Muirí yesterday. He was in Guadalajara br(...)

While the federal ban on online gambling remains, there is nothing to stop individual states legalising the activity, once it remains within their own borders and does not cross the line into other US states.

Yesterday’s Financial Times reported that the US states that are legalising online gambling(...)

Internet company Yahoo! is to create 200 new jobs over the next 12 months. The company will announce its expansion plans later today to more th(...)

There are now more than 200 million Twitter users worldwide. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Twitter celebrates its seventh anniversary today. The first ever tweet was sent in San Francisco, California, by Twitter creator Jack Dor(...)

Opponents of a bill to legalise gay marriage in Minnesota gathered in the State Capitol, Rotunda, to voice their opposition. Photograph: AP/Jim Mone

As the US Supreme Court prepares to decide whether the federal government may deny benefits to same-sex married couples that it allows their he(...)

A US Marine Corps handout photo from 2010  shows marines blowing a hole in a fence during training at the Hawthorne Army Depot in Nevada. Photograph: Reuters

A mortar explosion at a US army munitions depot in Nevada killed seven marines from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, and injured eight other servi(...)

Joseph P Kennedy III is the only member of the Kennedy family currently holding political office in the US. Photograph: Suzanne Kreiter/Globe

H e recalls sitting around the dinner table at his grandmother’s house listening to his aunts and uncles and older cousins debate the issues of(...)

A federal grand jury in the US has indicted Matthew Keys, deputy social media editor at, for conspiring with members of the Anonym(...)

MARY CAROLAN An investment agreement between Anglo Irish Bank and 50 wealthy Irish people to buy and renovate two New York hotels meant “(...)

Gerard McCaughey, with addresses at Sandymount, Dublin, and Manhattan Beach, California, has sued Anglo and the Anglo-owned Delaware-based Mainland Ventures Corporation (MVC) over the Anglo Irish New York Hotel Fund. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Mary Carolan An investment agreement between Anglo Irish Bank and 50 wealthy Irish people to buy and renovate two New York hotels meant (...)

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