The same technology that documented the Dead Sea Scrolls will enable the production of copies identical in color, shape and even texture.
After 3-year battle, judges freeze state's plan to build fence at UNESCO-protected environmental site near village of Battir, after army, government decide it wasn't such a security priority after all.
Prof. Shimon Gibson says the huge stones near the Western Wall may have been caused by major earthquake in 363 B.E.
Prototype vaccine was developed by Dr. Waldemar Haffkine, a pioneer in combating epidemics, but it's unclear how it ended up in Israel.
Andrey Pshenichnikov is now being held by Eilat police, and is likely to be brought before a judge on Sunday.
Did the head of a Jerusalem hospital 'sacrifice' a seriously ill youth on the altar of piety? A medical incident 101 years ago may shed light on the roots of the discord in Israeli society.
Dwelling is only one of 27 Elad organization sent security personnel to occupy in Silwan in September.
More than 800 ancient coins and other archaeological artifacts found in his home.
Second Lieutenant Hila Betzaleli was killed when a lighting rig collapsed during rehearsals for Independence Day festivities.
Report revealed many serious flaws in the conduct of the municipality and its subsidiary the Ariel company in managing the event.