Colm Kelpie: US firms not going home in the morning - but future is under threat
Donald Trump's victory speech was noticeable for what it lacked - the remarkably forceful declarations which characterised his public campaign utterances.
Richard Curran: Morality was never going to win against the megabucks waved about by the Saudis
Rosita Sweetman: We should acclaim Harry as our prince of truth
Declan Lynch: Trump’s plot to destroy America has failed, but his golf buddies might yet do it
Tanya Sweeney: ‘Gwyneth Paltrow is right, having a baby is like whacking your relationship in the kidneys with a baseball bat’
Home Truths: Why Ireland needs a ‘Two Jags’ £60k Home competition and tens of thousands of ‘lighthouses’ to solve the housing crisis
Karen Attiah: ‘Little Mermaid’ row highlights how black American women have been left out of the picture
John Connell: Why writers of world’s top shows have torn up the script to go on strike
Martina Devlin: All tan is bad, especially for fair-skinned Irish, so why not ban sunbeds outright?
Kathy Donaghy: Ignore therapy speak – life is not about ‘doing the work’
Ukrainian diary: ‘UN response to Nova Kakhovka dam bombing shows why we have no faith in it’
‘If I can do it, you can too’ – Olivia Creaney on why she refused to back down after crime boss’ attack left her blind
Asking for a friend: ‘I fear if I go to Pride, word might get out in my home country to my parents. How can I settle these worries?’
Well-known journalist Ken Whelan has died, aged 71
Showers and humid conditions forecast as Riviera-like spell ends
Soprano Carly Paoli: Event hosted by Vatican foundation will be ‘inclusive’
Ask Adrian: What are the best wireless earphones for my phone?
Cleopatra: the flop that kicked off the Burton and Taylor frenzy and killed off the Hollywood epic
Blindboy: why the podcaster has a bestseller in the bag
Humanity review: Dog takes the lead in saving the stupid people from themselves
Brendan O’Connor radio review: What have you got to complain about?
Meet the drama group and actors who are changing the narrative on disability, one role at a time
Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones: ‘A lot of people can sing but very few can move you’
‘A lot of people in their thirties are carrying these backpacks of shame that they can’t get rid of’ – sex educator Jenny Keane
Something blue.. and yellow: ‘These women are making wedding dresses in a warzone with a smile on their face’