A look back at the breakthrough album by the Irish singer-songwriter which was released 25 years ago this month.
Sinead O'Connor has joined the growing list of musicians to criticize the promotional free release of U2's latest album, 'Songs of Innocence,' on iTunes.
In her latest single, Sinead O'Connor thinks twice about speaking her mind.
It was the Tear Heard Around the World -- and it may have pretty much destroyed Sinead O'Connor's career.
Despite having declared her war of words with Miley Cyrus over, Sinead O'Connor has penned a fourth open letter to the pop star, criticizing her for making light of mental illness and urging her to apologize for her actions. It's not a matter of settling a petty celebrity feud, O'Connor says, but rather helping afflicted young people seek the treatment they need.
As three members of Pussy Riot wait patiently for an Oct. 1 hearing regarding their appeal of a two-year sentence handed down last month, after they were found guilty on charges of “hooliganism driven by religious hatred," Irish singer Sinead O'Connor has penned an open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin calling for the punk band's release from prison.