Bar-Ilan University’s creative writing conference marks 10th anniversary of founder's passing; Diplomatic Spouses of Israel raises more than $6,000 for school serving children of migrant workers, asylum seekers.
Yaakov Litzman is not only the current government's brightest star, but his loathing for Yair Lapid, Bennett's potential foe in the next election, is exceptional in Israel's political landscape.
Carried by hyraxes; many residents blame separation barrier for attracting them.
Two days after Anastasia Rusanov and Eliezer Kandinov were shot to death in Rishon Letzion, police have yet to release a photograph of the suspect, a former boyfriend of Rusanov's who had threatened her days before the murders.
A fire in Ramot forest apparently erupted because of a bonfire that wasn’t put out properly, leading to the evacuation of over 60 homes.
The confluence of economic woes at home and the chaos in the near abroad have gotten Greeks to appreciate the advantages in improved ties with Israel.
Company says stem cell printer has potential for further advances in producing large tissues and organs.
American troops seen alongside Kurdish militants, other local forces in offensive outside ISIS' de-facto capital of Raqqa.
Guy Heksch, a hospitality industry veteran who grew up in Jerusalem's King David, runs restaurants for the giant Marriott chain and knows what younger guests want from their hotel.
A brain receptor regulates stress responses differently in male and female mice and, it turns out, eating gets affected. In females, Israeli scientists at Weizmann discovered.
Students start freshman year motivated and excited, but soon grow disappointed. The fault lies with Tinder as a way of life.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.