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Hillary Clinton takes a selfie  at a rally  in Baltimore, Maryland,  on Sunday. Photograph: Drew Angerer/Bloomberg

Barbara Mikulski, the diminutive 79-year-old five-term senator, was firing up a noisy crowd at the first rally in Maryland for Democratic presidential(...)

Former US president Bill Clinton said he “almost” wanted to apologise for his response to Black Lives Matters protesters at a rally in support of his wife in Philadelphia. File photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Former US president Bill Clinton offered a near-apology to “Black Lives Matters” protesters who interrupted a campaign rally held for his wife, saying(...)

Since humble beginnings in Dublin, the chain now boasts over 300 stores in 10 countries and 62,000 employees

Next week, on April 14th, Primark will open its first store in Italy. The store is in Arese, about 12km from fashion hotspot Milan, in a former Alfa (...)

Hillary  Clinton’s support of the Panama trade deal, which Bernie  Sanders (above) challenged in the US senate, was one reason why she should not be the Democratic Party’s nominee for president, he said. Photograph: Mark Makela/The New York Times

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has tied Hillary Clinton to the Panama Papers, claiming that her past support of the Panama free tra(...)

Hilde Kate Lysiak has been running the Orange Street News newspaper and website since 2014. Photograph: Orange Street News/Youtube

A nine-year-old reporter who wrote about a suspected murder in her small Pennsylvania town has defended herself after some locals said a young girl sh(...)

Pat Davin – a renowned athlete from Carrick-on-Suir and brother of Maurice Davin (co-founder and first president of the GAA) – kept a diary during the 1888 month-long hurling tour of US cities. The diary goes under hammer on April 23rd

More than half the hurlers and athletes who participated in the GAA’s first “junket” to America absconded in New York and failed to return to Ireland.(...)

Soline Humbert: ‘When Jesus washed his disciples’ feet he took on not just a servant’s role but a female servant’s role’

On Holy Thursday in Catholic churches throughout the world the ritual of the washing of the feet will be enacted, in memory of Jesus’s example of lovi(...)

The three men are accused of knowing about allegations of abuse against the friar, Brother Stephen Baker, but of not reporting him to the police.

Three former leaders of a Franciscan religious order in Pennsylvania have been charged over allowing a friar who was a known sexual predator to repeat(...)

Irish ambassador Anne Anderson said the membership was rare occasions ‘when we feel the ground shift and witness the arc of history bend a little’. File photograph: Marty Katz

Irish ambassador to the United States Anne Anderson became the first woman member to be admitted into one of the country’s oldest Irish societies, the(...)

Dermot Burke and James O’Brien from Frontline Security guard the world’s most expensive coin, the Flowing Hair Coin, believed to be the first dollar ever minted in the US, which will go on show to the public in the RDS. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The owner of the world’s most expensive coin, worth $10 million or more, is prepared to listen to offers for it in Dublin this weekend. The pure sil(...)

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