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# Today

This year
'Universe works in interesting ways': Paul Mescal says Oscar nomination was 'welcome respite' for family
Paul Mescal’s mother was preparing for chemotherapy on the day he was nominated for an Academy Award.
Last year
Here's what happened today: Monday
Your roundup of what made the headlines today.
All time
Tense interview sees Bill Clinton say he doesn't owe Monica Lewinsky a personal apology
Clinton is back in the spotlight after co-authoring a new book.
'When you don't win a medal you're forgotten': Heffernan thrilled by belated Olympic award
Preparing for another hard day’s work, the Corkman had the heart-rate to prove it.
Tiger spotted roaming through traffic in the Middle East
The animal was caught on camera by a motorist in the Qatari capital of Doha earlier today.
Hundreds more flights have been cancelled across Europe today
Strikes by air traffic controllers around the country are causing major problems.
Israeli army kill stone-throwing Palestinian teen in the West Bank
Around 20 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank since June.
It's no joke: Hundreds of people have responded to this ad looking for the next Ray D'Arcy
A decision on Ray’s replacement isn’t expected before February. Interviews are set to take place in the New Year.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Everyone’s been talking about the Irish language, Amnesty International and Hillsborough, 25 years on.
Cork man proposes to his lady live on telly
It’s fair to say she was surprised.
Student reunited with lost family heirloom after seeing it on RTÉ's Today
The compass was shown in a feature on RTÉ’s Today programme.
Watch this Dad's hilarious response to his son being attacked by bees
Well at least he’s being honest.
WATCH: Morning show host loses it during Grumpy Cat interview
It was too early in the morning for him.
Today and yesterday were hottest days of the year (so far)
It has just officially reached 29.5 degrees in Roscommon.
VIDEO: What Dáithí Ó Sé was thinking during Sausagegate
Remember when he had a bit of a moment on the telly? Here’s the real story.
Paul Krugman says Irish voters should vote No
The Nobel prize-winning economist said that austerity is a deeply destructive policy which is failing dismally.
Boss who called for end to "period of remorse" insists banks "can be cuddly"
Barclay’s CEO Bob Diamond struck a more conciliatory tone in a keynote lecture in London last night.