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People are saying this is the 'worst 100 days' of any presidency

The healthcare fiasco is just the latest in a string of defeats for President Trump.

US state plans to put eight men to death over 10-day period

Arkansas says the unprecedented timetable is necessary because one of the ingredients in the lethal injection will soon expire.

From The42 Cork City go 6 points clear at the top with another win over Dundalk LOI

Cork City go 6 points clear at the top with another win over Dundalk

The champions took on the pace-setters this afternoon in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.

Bus Éireann strike latest: Heavy traffic reported on many routes this afternoon

The all-out strike is now in its second day.

Italian rape case dropped as 'woman didn't scream'

The ruling has triggered an outcry by women’s groups in the country.

China's demand for medicine fuels African donkey slaughter

The donkey gelatin industry is said to be worth millions of dollars in China, which is now looking to Africa to satisfy new demand.

From The42 Seamus Coleman unlikely to return until 2018 after undergoing surgery Get Well Soon

Seamus Coleman unlikely to return until 2018 after undergoing surgery

The Ireland captain is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines.

Coordinator for Irish rights group among 57 arrested ahead of protests in Belarus

The head of the main opposition party was also arrested by police ahead of the protests in Minsk.

'It is inevitable we will identify more examples of bad practice': Garda Commissioner

Enda Kenny earlier reiterated his confidence in Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan.

Costing €15 million and stretching 46km, Ireland's longest off-road walkway opens today

Simon Coveney was due to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Waterford Greenway.

London attacker: What we know so far about Khalid Masood

Former schoolmates said he had been a popular student and a “happy-go-lucky” character.

'Job done': UKIP's only MP has quit the party

“I will leave UKIP amicably, cheerfully and in the knowledge that we won.”

Gardening: It's spring in the veg patch and we have a recipe for broccoli and cheese risotto GIY

Gardening: It's spring in the veg patch and we have a recipe for broccoli and cheese risotto

There’s something about this time of the year that just gladdens the heart, writes Michael Kelly.

EU leaders signed a 'declaration of unity' today. Theresa May wasn't there.

The EU is marking the 60th anniversary of the union’s founding today.

Tea could be good for your brain

Not just your thirst.

Harrison Ford to air traffic control after near miss: 'I'm the schmuck that landed on the taxiway' Chewie Get Us Outta Here This post contains videos

Harrison Ford to air traffic control after near miss: 'I'm the schmuck that landed on the taxiway'

He told the air traffic controllers that “it’s a big deal for me”.

'Extremism, racial intolerance and ultra-nationalism mean we need the EU now'

Sixty years on from the signing of the Treaty of Rome, European unity is more important than ever, writes Noelle O Connell.

His take on her emails helped derail Hillary's campaign, now Comey is standing up to Trump

The imposing 6’8″ Comey projected a cool demeanour answering questions this week.

Meet the gym owner who moved back in with his parents to launch an Airbnb for cars

Vehicle rental startup Fleet is due to launch in Ireland next month.

'Just getting on with it': Laptop ban comes into force at Middle-East airports

Air carriers were offering a laptop stowage service as the ban comes into effect.

Make the most of the fine spring weather while you can - heavy rain returning next week

The western half of the country will enjoy the warmest temperatures over the weekend.

Ireland's longest rope bridge is opening in Kerry

The owners of Kells Bay House & Gardens have put the rope bridge on their land.

From The42 'There were regrets, but looking back on the great days is a big comfort' Tipp Tale

'There were regrets, but looking back on the great days is a big comfort'

Former Munster and Ireland back row Denis Leamy has enjoyed success as head coach of Clonmel RFC.

Shots fired through window of house in Louth in the early hours this morning

The incident occurred on Beechwood Drive in Drogheda.

'All women live under the male gaze, but the European hijab ruling feels like the eye of Sauron'

World Hijab Day allowed me to see the hijab for what it is – not a threat, not a tool of oppression – but a reflection of care for others and sense of belonging, writes Sinead Mercier.

'We learned about loyalty': Trump blames Democrats after humbling healthcare defeat

“I think I made a mistake, but that’s okay,” Trump told the Washington Post.

Poll: Will you tune in to Brendan O'Carroll's new chat show? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Will you tune in to Brendan O'Carroll's new chat show?

All Round to Mrs Brown’s will air tonight on RTÉ 1.

Family found wrong corpse in coffin when they went to say goodbye to their grandad

The body had been mixed up with another man and been buried three days earlier in the wrong grave.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

From The42 The quarterback, the President and the Divided States of America Job Search

The quarterback, the President and the Divided States of America

There are very few footballing reasons Colin Kaepernick should be unemployed and yet, five years after a Super Bowl appearance, he is.

Dublin is almost as expensive for workers to live in as London

The weaker pound has made the British capital much cheaper against its international peers.

Vera Twomey to march in Cork as Ava's ear infection brings on seizure

Today’s march in Macroom is ahead of a larger one in Dublin on Wednesday.

Dublin Zoo confident in its security as European zoos take extra steps to protect rhinos

A rhino was shot dead and had its horns hacked off in a grisly poacher attack earlier this month.

From The42 A night in which football felt secondary Analysis

A night in which football felt secondary

5 talking points from Friday’s controversy-filled World Cup qualifier between Ireland and Wales.

Tipperary man fined for carrying out gas repairs without qualifications

The number of prosecutions taken by the CER has continued to rise annually since 2011.

Here's what we know so far about the garda breath test scandal

Almost one million tests that were never actually carried out were recorded on the system.

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The stalled project costing Cork millions in lost trade
'The damage is done, a piece of his spine will have to be removed' Scoliosis This post contains videos

'The damage is done, a piece of his spine will have to be removed'

Tommy Long is one of over 200 children waiting for scoliosis surgery in Ireland.