(ORANMORE, Ireland) -- Staring upward, Fiachra Quigley watched his coffees slowly descend 80 feet onto his driveway, lowered at the end of a string. Above him, a drone about the size of a go-cart hummed, closed its cargo doors and then flew off over... Read More.
(DUBLIN) -- Staff coming into work at several Dublin hospitals on Friday, May 14, found an unsettling sight: Throughout the building, every computer screen was dark. It was the result of the massive ransomware attack that crippled Ireland's health service's IT systems and that has... Read More.
By MOLLY NAGLE, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden's Irish pride is certainly showing during his first St. Patrick's Day as president, as he holds a traditional bilateral meeting with the Irish Taoiseach, albeit virtually due to COVID-19."St.... Read More.
By CATHERINE SANZ, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- While St. Patrick's Day has its origins as a religious and cultural holiday, the celebrations associated with it around the world typically tend to revolve around drinking. Although the coronavirus has cancelled or severely curbed... Read More.
By PATRICK REEVELL, ABC News(DUBLIN) -- Ireland’s prime minister on Wednesday made a solemn state apology to the women and children that suffered in church-run homes for unmarried mothers and their babies, as the country confronts a landmark report documenting... Read More.
The Dirty Knobs, the band fronted by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell, have released a new song called "Irish Girl," a third advance track from their forthcoming debut album, Wreckless Abandon, which arrives this Friday, November 20. The tune is... Read More.
By JON HAWORTH, ABC News(LONDON) -- Ireland’s Supreme Court has issued a ruling declaring that the bread served at Subway does not actually meet the legal definition of “bread” because of its sugar content.The case was brought before... Read More.