Today is British Prime Minister Theresa May's last day as leader of the UK's Conservative Party.
She will remain in post as prime minister until a new leader is elected next month.
Announcing her resignation last month, Mrs May said he had "done my best" to sort out Brexit, but acknowledged she had failed.
US President Donald Trump is due to fly back to the United States this afternoon.
Locals in Doonbeg waited long into the night to catch a glimpse of him, but were left disappointed.
Mr Trump and his wife Melania will leave Shannon Airport after a round of golf.
A 46-year-old man arrested by detectives investigating the killing of Lyra McKee has been released without charge.
He had been detained under the UK's Terrorism Act.
The 29-year-old journalist was shot dead by dissident republicans in April during disturbances in Derry.
Sinn Féin's agriculture spokesman claims the new horse meat investigation will badly affect Ireland's farming industry.
On Thursday, Gardaí carried out searches across counties Roscommon, Leitrim, Sligo, Westmeath and Kilkenny.
It centres on the suspected contamination of horse meat and alleged tampering of ID, passports and microchips of horses to be exported.
Amnesty International has given its most prestigious award to those behind the children's climate change protests.
Last August, Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg decided to miss school every Friday and demonstrate outside her parliament.
Her efforts led to 'Fridays for Future' school strikes around the world - including Ireland.