RTÉ's Ray Kennedy spent some time with the US First Family and was impressed with their down-to-earth attitude.
Gerry Adams's infamous expression about the IRA that "they haven't gone away you know" is a fitting description for the role of the Troika after Ireland leaves the bailout.
With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the only war-ready female fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan.
Police and medics prepare as nine million students take China's equivalent of the Leaving Certificate this week.
New Zealand's oldest driver is still on the road, motoring around at the grand old age of 105.
Two Irish film-makers have set out to discover why a growing number of environmentalists are changing their minds about nuclear power.
Indian researchers have found that vinegar can make pre-cancerous tissues in the cervix visible to the naked eye
RTÉ's Science and Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody reviews Microsoft's new Surface Pro
A video of a goat terrorising villagers in Brazil has gone viral.
RTÉ's Science & Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody reports that after years of living in the slow lane, it appears broadband quality in Ireland is finally about to improve.
The G8, or Group of Eight, is known mainly for its annual summits, which in recent years have attracted sizeable protests.
Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent, previews the forthcoming Oireachtas hearings on proposed new legislation on abortion.
Will Goodbody, Science and Technology Correspondent, looks at the appointment of the Government's new Chief Information Officer.
British Professor has found a cure for grey hair which is set to shake up the hair dye industry.
RTÉ's Science & Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody takes a peak behind the curtains of internet security
RTÉ's new Science and Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody blogs about his recent appointment.
RTÉ's Richard Downes reports from Philadelphia on the high-profile trial of abortion provider Dr Kermit Gosnell
The Taoiseach's language has been interesting at times in recent days as the clock ticks down on the publication of contentious legislation delayed for decades.
A weekend of fair weather has greatly lifted the spirits of farmers. It's been a long time coming and once again hope has sprung!
Coptic pope Tawadros II has said that Egypt's Christians feel sidelined.
RTÉ Political Correspondent David McCullagh looks ahead to this weekend's Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis.
RTÉ's Cian McCormack writes that despite the showings of solidarity, the fallout from the Boston bombings - and what happens to the suspect - may eventually prove divisive.
A nine-year-old boy from Dublin is donating the proceeds from the sales of his two books to the Clinical Cancer Research Trust at St Vincent's Hospital in Dublin.
RTÉ's Richard Dowling reports the Smithwick Tribunal has shown that trust is in short supply between the PSNI and An Garda Síochána.
Timeline of events of Savita Halappanavar's treatment at Galway University Hospital.