Nearly all applicants for US visas will have to submit their social media details under new rules.
People looking to apply for visas will have to submit their social media names and five years worth of email addresses and phone numbers.
The Trump administration first proposed the rules in March 2018 and estimated the proposal would affect 14.7 million people annually.
Certain diplomatic and official visa applicants will be exempt from the rules, but those wishing to travel, to work or study in the US must provide the information.
Irish women over 40 are three times more likely to have a miscarriage than expectant mothers in their twenties.
This is according to UCC researchers, who found that, women between 25 and 29 had a miscarriage 51 out of every 1,000 births.
However this rate jumped for women over 40 where 151 out of every 1,000 births was miscarried.
The study examined 50,000 women in Ireland who were hospitalised with early miscarriages.
Gardai are hunting for a gunman who shot a man in the stomach in West Dublin last night.
It happened outside a busy Lidl shopping centre on Blakestown Road in Blanchardstown.
The 40 year old victim who took shelter in the shop, was later rushed to hospital where his injuries were described as 'serious but not life-threatening'.
A large Garda presence remains in the area today, and a burnt out car, found in the area, is being examined to see if it is connected to the attack.
Gardaí in Dublin are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of two 16 year old's in Dublin. The missing teenagers are unconnected.
The first is of a 16 year old youth who's been missing from Ballymun since Tuesday.
John Donovan is described as 5'10 in height, with medium build, brown hair, brown eyes and a scar on the back of his neck.
They are also searching for a teenage girl who's been missing from Dublin's Merrion Road since last Thursday.
Enisa Koci is also 16 years old, is 5'5, with slim build, black hair and hazel eyes.
She was last seen wearing white jeans and a black bomber jacket, while carrying a small pink backpack.
An investigation has been launched by Irish Rugby after two anti-social incidents, both of which involved Leinster players.
The first of the alleged incidents being investigated by the IRFU centres around a Leinster player urinating on the leg of a man last weekend.
It's believed to have happened while players were celebrating their Pro 14 title win last Sunday in a busy Dublin city centre pub.
The second incident involves a Leinster Academy player being knocked out after being punched by a former Leinster player, and according to the Sunday Independent, the young player needed hospital treatment and suffered concussion.
Leinster rugby has not commented on the matter but confirmed it is liaising with the IRFU over the allegations.