Donald Trump has officially launched his campaign to be re-elected as US President at a rally in Florida.
He described his country's economy as the "envy of the world", saying the American Dream is "bigger and stronger than ever before."
The gathered crowds, meanwhile, chanted "build that wall" - referring to the US president's frequent pledge to build a wall at the US border with Mexico.
Two teenage boys spent last night in a juvenile detention centre in Dublin after being found guilty of murdering 14-year-old schoolgirl Ana Kriegel.
One of the boys was also convicted of aggravated sexual assault.
The judge adjourned their sentence hearing until July 15th to allow time for various reports to be prepared.
Two women have been charged after the seizure of €320,000 worth of drugs in north Dublin.
Several Garda units carried out raids in Finglas yesterday.
Heroin and cocaine was seized, along with clothes, cash, Rolex watches, a BMW and bullets.
Two women in their early 40s were charged and have since been released on bail.
A support group for victims of the CervicalCheck scandal is welcoming the decision by Cabinet to approve a bill allowing a tribunal to be set up for affected women.
The CervicalCheck Tribunal Bill will go before the Dáil next week.
If passed, it would mean the women won't have to go to court to have their cases heard.
It was also announced that a €20,000 ex-gratia payment is being made available for all women affected by the non-disclosure of the CervicalCheck audit.
In the UK, the race for the Conservative Party leadership continues today - with the candidates preparing to face the third ballot of the contest later.
Dominic Raab was eliminated yesterday, which means there are now five candidates hoping to progress to the final ballot.
They all met for a live TV debate last night, where Brexit was high on the agenda.