Some Americans living in Ireland can take a trip to a pub in Dublin to cast their primary ballot, as Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporter Brian McIntyre, and Kate Fitzgerald, chair of Democrats Abroad Ireland.
The renewed debate about who is a "public charge" evokes a forgotten page in American history: The US immigration system has long excluded vulnerable individuals based on their economic status, sexual orientation and physical abilities.
Kate Nash knows what Lyra McKee's family is going through. She has been waiting almost 50 years to see the man she believes responsible for her brother’s 1972 killing in Londonderry convicted. She also knows that day may never come.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson secured a new Brexit deal from the European Union. It's product of months of planning by the British government, so it’s reasonable to ask what has actually changed since former Prime Minister Theresa May struck her original deal.
There should have been corned beef, bagpipe music and parades, but instead, pubs and restaurants are closed down as countries deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Canadian fiddler Ashley MacIsaac is trying to make St. Patrick's Day special for those stuck at home.
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