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The Irish government was enmeshed in a harsh system of laundries run by Catholic nuns, where women and girls worked behind locked doors without pay, according to a fact-finding report released Tuesday. More than 10,000 women labored in the infamous...
Tags: Politics, United Nations, Iran, Enda Kenny, Activism
The recent death of an Irish terrorist has raised the possibility of a resolution of a tangled legal controversy pitting the U.S. Department of Justice against a college that sponsored a research project about the "Troubles" in Northern Ireland. But it...
Tags: Judges, Gerry Adams , Roman Catholicism, Christianity, Protestantism
After one of its suppliers was under investigation for selling beef products potentially tainted with horse meat, Burger King concluded that none of its products were affected. The chain said it came to the conclusion after conducting testing for traces...
L.A. NOWBurbank this week joined the growing list of cities that have banned the retail sale of pets, but built in a six-month grace period for existing pet stores....
Horse meat has been discovered in some hamburgers in Spain, weeks after equine DNA was found mixed into beef sold in Britain and Ireland. Tests by Spain's Organization of Consumers Unions, found that out of 20 samples of fresh, packaged burgers in...
Now that the obligatory holiday trips to see family are in the books, consumers hoping for a more leisurely getaway may want to keep their suitcases handy. Experts say the travel deals available in January are often some of the best all year. That's...
A new report from Republic of Ireland food safety monitors has shown some burgers sold in Britain and Ireland that were billed as beef contained a mouthful of horse meat. The horse DNA — found in almost one-third in one sample, according to...
Does anyone in Ireland have a happy childhood? From Frank McCourt to Martin McDonagh, the Emerald Isle seems to eat its young with alarming frequency. And according to “Silent,” the florid solo show written and performed by Pat Kinevane, now...
Re "EPA chief, who battled GOP, plans to step down," Dec. 28 The reasoning behind the U.S. Environment Protection Agency as a distinct entity is to ensure that competing industrial interests are disentangled from decisions affecting the environment....
Burger King is cutting ties with a supplier under investigation for selling beef products potentially tainted with horse meat. The chain said it would no longer use products from ABP Food Group’s Irish subsidiary, Silvercrest, to supply its...
Where is a dead Turkish diplomat when you need one? As we approach the midpoint of “Downton Abbey’s” third season, I am increasingly concerned the show has lost its ability to surprise. I find myself nostalgic for the long-ago days...
There’s buzz that Anna Wintour, the powerful editor of Vogue magazine, is being considered by President Obama for the prestigious post of U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom-- correctly known as ambassador to the Court of St. James's. When White...
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